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CONTENTS 

Class Day 

Senior Superlatives 

Graduation 

Scholarship Awards 

Vocational High School 

Candids 

National Honor Society 

American Field Service 

Activities 

Sports 

Baby Pictures 

Underclassmen 

Acknowledgments 

Friends of Waltham High 

Senior Homerooms 

Advertisements 




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FOREWORD 

The close of our high school days may seem to 
some as an ending of all that has been important to 
us in these, the most eventful years of our lives. 
Yet this ending is in a truer sense the beginning of a 
great adventure through the unknown corridors of 
life. We are now handed the precious keys to unlock 
the treasures of life's golden experiences. Armed with 
our hard-earned token, a high school diploma, we, as 
citizens of tomorrow, hope to be able to feel a surge 
of pride in our accomplishments, meet unknown 
challenges head-on, and become true leaders of our 
times. Yet we will always cherish our high school 
years, in which we realized the true meaning of friend- 
ship, disappointment, laughter, and learning. 

This 1963 MIRROR reflects for us an unfading 
memory of our years at Waltham High School. 

The Editors 

"FORSAN ET HAEC OLIM MEMINISSE 
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DEDICATION 





A survey of history shows readily that the success of a powerful civilization is directly 
proportional to the discipline of its people. The task of a disciplinarian is a difficult 
one, yet this position in today's educational institution is an eminent one. The man who 
is strict in his principles will be respected and remembered far longer than the one 
who lacks firmness. For this reason we, the class of 1963, respectfully dedicate our 
Minor to Mr. Edward May, submaster in charge of discipline at Walthall) High School. 

A native of Dorchester, Mr. May received his Bachelor of Science degree from Norwich 
University in 1925 and later took a Master of Education degree at Boston University. 
Although he first came to Waltham High in 1939 as a seience teacher, he soon turned 
to teaching mathematics. From 1947 to 1962 he was chairman oi the Mathematics 
Department in the Waltham School System. Mr. May is a number of- the Massachusetts 
Schoolmasters' Club and of the Association o( Teachers of Mathematics in New England. 

As we leave Waltham High School, we wish Mr May many years ,.t health and hap- 
piness in his administrative duties. 

Ad Multos Annus 
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To the Class of 1963: 

You have survived many trials since early school 
days. Your mettle has been tested and proven by 
previous performance. If your school has prepared 
you for nothing else but readiness for change, it 
has fulfilled its mission. You still will be tested 
in college, in work, in the service, in the community 
soon and for the rest of your lives. 

Many of you shine now, many will shine a little 

later, and others much later. You have the basic 

preparation to carry out successfully your post 

school plans. Now, optimistically face your future 

with hope as Robert Frost advises: 

"The woods are lovely, dark and deep n 
And I have many miles to go before I sleep. 

Remember always our days at Waltham High School 

as they are reflected In this Mirror of 1963. 

Sincerely, 



William X/ Gallagher 




MR. WILLIAM J. GALLAGHER 
Headmaster 



WALTHAM PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

Vocational High School 

100 Summer Street 
WALTHAM 5-1, MASSACHL" SETTS 



J amis FinCouu> 
Superintendent 



Telephone TWinbrook 3-8050 



Laotd F. Van Arsdale 
Director 



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To the Class of 1963: 

Congratulations and very best wishes to every 
member of thlb year's graduating class. 

As you plan this milestone In your quest for 
knowledge and SKILLS, you have prepared yourself 
to understand what you are to do. 

Now you must set yourselves earnestly to do 
the work you are trained to do. DO not hesitate 
to aim high, the loftier your purpose Is the more 
sure you will be to make the world richer with every 
enrichment of yourself. 

May each of you achieve the victory of success 
and enjoy good health In the years that lie ahead In 
today's changing and challenging world. 

Sincerely, 

Lloyd P. Van Arsdale 




ENGLISH 
DEPARTMENT 





Sitting: Miss Katherine Devane; Miss Jean Paquette; Mrs. Carole Bowman; Mr. Richard Hood, 
Department Head; Mrs. Roberta Paris; Miss Eileen Warren; Mrs. Sheila Klem. Standing: Mr. 
William Boyd; Mr. Richard Collins: Mrs. Claire Brown; Mr. Jeremiah Donovan; Mr. Leon Pippin. 




LANGUAGE 
DEPARTMENT 




Sitting: Miss Virginia Betts, Department Head. Standing: Mrs. Mary Keenan; Miss Juliette 
Dubois; Miss Thelma Eaton; Mr. George Benedict; Mrs. Eleanor May; Mrs. Sandra Macey; Mr. 
Gerald Belliveau; Mrs. Esther Johnson. 



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MATHEMATICS 
DEPARTMENT 




Sitting: Mr. Paul Curry; Miss Elizabeth Johnson; Miss Mary Hogan, Department Head; Mr. F. 
Meade Reynolds. Standing: Mr. Clement Perkins; Mr. Henry O'Brien; Mr. Thomas Lynch; Mr. 
Robert Distel; Mr. Leon Meader. 



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Sitting: Miss Helen Hirst; Mrs. Carole Rubley; Mrs. Catherine Saofoid; Mr. Almon Mor.inc. 
Department Head; Dr. Rosa Kubin. Stand Mr. James Winter; Mr Lloyd Avery; Mr. Alden 

Eames; Mrs. Marie Case; Mr. Clement Perkins; Mr. Raymond Vtttcn 




SOCIAL 

STUDIES 

DEPARTMENT 




Sitting: Mrs. Esther Carney; Miss Arlene Darmedy; Miss Helen Daily; Mrs. Nancy Patterson; Mrs. 
Edith Minear. Standing: Mr. Saul Richman; Mr. Philip Philip; Mr. Joseph Levey; Mr. Joseph 
Gilliam; Miss Louise McCullough, Department Head; Mr. William Orman; Mr. Thomas Neylon, Jr. 



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Sitting: Mrs. Constance Dorin; Miss Eleanor Tahaney; Miss Mary Mooney; Mrs. Marguerite Marr; 
Miss Margaret Hogarty. Standing: Mr. Joseph Hall; Mrs. Katherine Murphy; Miss Marion 
MacQuarrie; Miss Myrtle Grover; Mr. George Husson, Jr., Department Head; Mrs. Marie Morris; 
Miss Hazel Balch; Mr. Albert Flight. 



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Miss Margaret Nolan; Mr. Leland Chapman, Department Head; Miss Clare Cunningham; Miss 
Mary Luizzo. Missing from picture: Mr. Lawrence Elliott; Mr. Anthony Mrugala. 




PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION 

DEPARTMENT 




Mrs. Pauline Gorman; Mr. John Krol; Miss Eleanor Chikls; Mr. Clifford Poirier; Miss Marion 
Frost; Mr. Henry Woronicz. 



SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS 




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Director, Mrs. Fox; Mrs. Ruane; Mrs. Kaveleski; Mrs. Dorval; Mrs. Gajda; Mrs. Bornhart; Mrs. Fullerton; Mrs. Fair; 
Mrs. Melody; Mrs. Mortin; Mrs. McCue; Mrs. Fitzgerald; Mrs. Ansara; Mrs. Hohmann; Mrs. Fletcher; Mrs. Douglas; Mrs. 
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Row: Mr. Kenney, Mr. Russell, Mi Back Mr Procop, Mr. Van Arsdale, director, Mr Oldiog, Mr. Kaltshman. 
Mi l.ch.inc. Second Row: Mr. Quinn, Mr. Viscarello. Mr Stanley, Mi Lambert, Mrs Put nan M . Mr Ri 

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the high -dBB .^Mr. Garrahan* 
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assisted ih>hi*j ^ of th di f clas 

The entire class of 1963 wishes to extend its deepest 
and sincerest sympathy to Mrs. Garrahan and to his 
family. 

May he rest in peace. 



[Jnose ivno naue passed . 



RAYMOND A. CRAWFORD 

The founder of the first instrumental high school band in 
Massachusetts, the Waltham High band, died in December of 
1961 at the age of 66. Mr. Raymond A. Crawford graduated 
from the New England Conservatory of Music in 1918 and then 
had a very distinguished musical career. In the course of his 36 
years in Waltham his bands received national recognition. Mr. 
Crawford devoted much of his time to civic activities, among these 
the Rotary Club, the American Legion, and the Waltham Chamber 
of Commerce. His personal generosity to his students will always 
be appreciated. 





JOHN L. LEARY 

On August 18, 1961, Waltham lost one of the outstanding ath- 
letes of the century and the high school one of its best known 
figures. Born on May 2, 1891, John Leary became a versatile 
sportsman. Although he was known throughout his high school 
years as a football star, after graduation he gained national 
recognition as a major league baseball player. His eight year 
baseball career was interrupted by two years of service in the 
Navy during World War I. Later he returned to Waltham High to 
take a position as combination football coach, baseball coach, 
and head of the physical education department. He led Waltham 
teams to victory for the next forty years. So exceptional was 
this man as an athlete and molder of men that April 25, 1959, 
was proclaimed as "Leary Day" and the Waltham Athletic Field 
was renamed the John L. Leary Athletic Field. 



THOMAS A. ROACH 

A former Waltham High English teacher, Thomas A. Roach 
was also extremely talented in the field of dramatics. It was 
while he was both teaching and acting that he died suddenly in 
September, 1962. 

Born in Waltham, Mr. Roach graduated from St. Joseph's 
College in Tarrytown, New York, and then went on to study at 
Catholic University of America and Manhattan College. Except 
for four years when he was in the service during World War 
II, Mr. Roach had a brilliant teaching career at Waltham High 
from 1938 to 1957. In 1957 he left Waltham to take an English 
teaching post at Watertown High. To his family we extend our 
sincere sympathy. 




are no / forgotten 




MIRROR 

STAFFS 

1963 I 



THE 
EDITORS 



Sitting: Cynthia Hignite, Busi- 
ness Editor; Mary .Leonard, Sub- 
scription Editor; Patricia Carr, 
Literary Editor. Standing: Jane 
Young, Art Editor; Joe Wil- 
liams, Co-Editor; Sandy Santo- 
lucito, Co-Editor; Mr. Thomas 
Neylon, Faculty Advisor; Rose- 
ann Cacciatore, Clerical Editor. 
Missing from picture: Elon Sol- 
tes, Art Editor. 




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LITERARY 
STAFF 



Sitting: Stephen Goodman, Kathy 
Kilcullen, Linda Giardina, Patricia 
Carr, Jane Hennings, Maureen Cut- 
ler, Sue Stewart, Tom Cafarella. 
Standing: Karin Handel, Beatrice 
Epstein, Janet Whelan, Ann Des- 
forge, Frances Waht, Ruth Gold- 
man, Tom Ryan, Madeline Coroniti, 
Lorraine Thibeault, Rose Mroszc- 
zyk, Diane Rynn. 



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BUSINESS STAFF 




First Ron : Carol Rietchel, Maureen Rynn. Cathy Martin, Judy Shadravvy, Cynthia Hignite, Editor; Carolyn Russell, Rose 
Mroscycyk. Pat Hanley, Charlene LeFort. Marcia Lickorai. Second Rote: Sue Stewart. Nancy Leonard. Linda Tobin. 
Maureen Cutler, Janet Whelan. Frances Waht, Beatrice Epstein, Ruth Goldman. Sue LeBlanc, Ann Desforge. Carol 
Brown. Barbara Xevard, Diane Grueter. Diane Gorgone, Anna Mazzone, Diane DiBona. Roseann Cacciatore. Norma 
Kruse. Third Row: Peter Curry. Walter Duddy, Arthur Busher, Stephen Goodman, John Pearson, Jeff Dorin, Jim Mc- 
Elroy. Joe Williams. 



ART STAFF 




Anthony Bergantioo, Paula Medaglia, Peter Martocchio, Carolyn Davidson, S.mdr.i Keyes, Jan Drinkwater, Robert Flinn. 
Mr. Shea. Art Advisor. Missing: Jane Young. Elon SolteS 



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CLERICAL 
STAFF 



First Rote: 

Nancy Tirone 

Elaine Niose 

Diane Di Bona 

Cheryl Morgan 

Dianne Gorgone 

Anna Mazzone 

Nancy Bergman 

Roseann Cacciatore, Editor 

Norma Kruse 

Diane Grueter 





SPORTS 
STAFF 



Doug Palm 
Tony Filoso 
Missing: Max Willscher 



SUBSCRIPTION 
STAFF 



Jeanne Whitney 
Linda Maselli 
Carol Rietchel 
Man- Leonard, Editor 




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STUDENT COUNCIL 
OFFICERS 



SENIOR CLASS 
OFFICERS 




MARY LEONARD. 
Vice-President 

JANE YOUNG, 

Secretary 

TOM RYAN, 

Vice-President 
JOE KIRLEY. 

President 

jim Mcelroy. 

Treasurer 



ROSEANN CACCIATORE, 

Vice-President 
LINDA TOBIN, 

Treasurer 

DAVID ZENO. 

Secretary 

PETER CURRY. 

President 




STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES 




First R»u Brenda Smith. Judy Dozens. Marv Ellen Keohanc. NanC] Centola, Diane- Pergola, Susan Berrio. Marianne Man 
Barbara Moraog. S<.a>>iJ Ron: Susan Perkins. Lorraine Mamonti, Dnnna Di ( LCCO, Janice Fair, Maureen Rvnn. Jeanne Salter. Su/anne 
Stewart, Maureen Cutler. Laila Sal,. Third Row: John Kadzis, Joe G'ncotta. Robert Goldstein, Max Willscher, Peter Turn. 
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HENRY ABBONDANZIO 

36 Woodland Road 

College II 

"If you are a man, jolloir 

him." 

Ambitious "Hank" plans to 

start his own business after 

graduating from W.H.S. . . . 

thinks the Hot Rod Club, cars, 

and a certain miss are "cool" 

. . . waits for dismissal bell 

with Mo, Steve, and Frank. 

Good luck. Hank! 



Activities: 
Show :. 
3, 4. 



Rifle 
3. 4; 



Club 
Prom 



2: Talent 
Committee 



ALDEX ABBOTT 
427 Main Street 
Honors 

"The friend more diiiue than 
all other divinities." 
Active "Wayne," a member of 
DeMolay and L.R.Y.. likes trig 
best at W.H.S. When he isn't 
busy acting. "Ambrose" can 
be found with Neal or Stew. 
Wayne hopes for a medical 
career after college; perhaps 
he can combine his profes- 
sion with his acting skills 
and become "Dr. Abbott" on 
television. Anything's possible 
for Wayne. 



Activities: Footbal 



Crim- 



son Key 4; Senior Play 4; Hockey 
Team 2; Minor Business Staff 4; 
Talent Show Committee 3, 4. 




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JOHN ALLEN 
19 Maple Street 
College II 

"The beginning of all great 
things is small." 
"Jack" can usually be found 
chatting with his buddies Bill 
and Chester. He asserts that 
he likes lunch best at W.H.S., 
but we know that English 
classes also rate high with him. 
Activities: Football 2; Audio- 
Visual Staff 2, 3, 4. 



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WILLIAM ALLEN 
103 Crescent Street 
College II 

"His soul is larger than the 
sky" 

"Billy" wishes that we would 
have fried clams once in a 
while for school lunches. 
Along with Gary and Paul, he 
likes his English classes. Al- 
though Bill's future plans are 
uncertain, we are sure that he 
will do as well in life as he 
has done on the W.H.S. grid- 
iron. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Home- 
room Representative 3. 



STEWART ANDERSON 
31 Madison Road 
Honors 

"Ideas control the world." 
Besides trig classes. Stew likes 
the dismissal bell. He uses 
his track experience to get out 
fast. A member of the De- 
Molay and the Youth Coun- 
cil. Stew is usually seen with 
Wayne and Joe. College lies 
ahead for him next fall. 
Activities: Track Team 2. 3, 4; 
Senior Play Representative 4; Cross 
Countrv Team 4. 



DAWN ANDREWS 

9-42 Trapelo Road 

Clerk Typist 

"Nothing is so popular as 

kindness." 

"How do you like that style?" 

asks Miss Andrews, the hair 

stylist. "Oh, fiddle sticks!" is 

her cry if Diana and Muriel 

aren't pleased, and she tries 

again. Swimming, dancing. 

Rainbow, and P.Y.F. keep 

Dawn busy almost until the 

breaking of her pretty name 

itself. Happy day breaks. 

Dawn! 




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and our long-awaited senior year. 



JUDY ANNUNCIATA 

84 Albermarle Road 

Clerk Typist 

"Her soul is j mystery." 

Our business machines course 

is the favorite of "Annunce." 

Collecting records and saying 

"adamalada" are usual for her 

too. Her friends, Jean, Linda, 

and Silvia, wish her the best 

of luck next year at business 

school. 

Activities: I'cp Squad 3; Library 

Council 1. 



JUDITH ANSARA 
80 Princeton Avenue 
Collegt II 

"A lot of time for laughing." 
Smiling "Arab" spends most 
of her free time cheering the 
hockey team on to victor} 1 . 
Lois and Linda tell us that 
English rates an "A" with 
this future nurse, whose spare 
time is occupied with sorority 
and "p.j." parties. Good luck. 
Judy! 

Activities: Hockey Cheerleader 3, 
•1, Captain i: Talent Show 2, 3, 
4; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Maroon Squad i: Senior Play 
Committee i. 




CAROL AUCOIN 

280 College Farm Road 
College 11 

"Bt filent and exult." 
Busy Carol is a former Lex- 
ington Street Juniorite who 
enjoys trig, democracy, and 
homeroom periods most at 
WHS. Bowling, skiing, and 
eating pizza at the VC'al-Lex 
with Marcia, Karen, and Pat 
keep "Acorn" on the go. This 
C.Y.O. member hopes for a 
nursing career after gradua- 
tion. 
Actitities: Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4. 



MARGARF.T AYOUB 
7-A Dermody Road 
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Si never complains; >■' 
always pleasant." 
Margie, who loves to dance 
and cook, a No enjoys home- 
room period. She says. "Forget 
it" to some things hut def- 
initely not to Mrs Carney's 
k racy clasps. Margie will 

ilanie her way through life 
with much success 



JOHN BABSTOCK 
7 Charlotte Road 
College 11 
"When there's j will, 

finds .i way." 
"Do tell'" s.ivs "Babo" to 

friends Gmbe and Karrot- 
Top. Girls and dismissal bell 
are his favorites at W.H.S 

. . . likes chemistry with Ml 

Ycttcn. "needless to say." Cars. 
C.Y.0 • Club, and eat- 

ing hamburgers occupy most 

of "Babo's" spare time . . . 

hopes to be- an I HM R pair- 
man. 

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SUMNER BARBARK K 

s i Arcadia Avenue 
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When he isn't talking about 
his favorite "trig" class. Sum- 
ner can be found hunting 
with John. Cliff and Bob. 
After graduation from W.H.S 
he plans to attend coll 
Best of luck, Sumner. 



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'I pledge allegiance to the flag 





KEVIN BARNICLE 
22 Colburn Street 
College II 

"A light heart lives long." 
"Barny," a former North 
Juniorite and an avid history 
student, spends his spare time 
with Russ at the Boys' Club 
. . . enjoys eating steak and 
making plans for the future 
as a mechanical engineer . . . 
looks forward to studying at 
Wentworth Institute. Good 
luck, "Barny." 

Activities: Swimming Team 2. 3, 
4. Captain -i. 



CAROL BARRILE 

l4l Calvary Street 
College II 

"Her smile is like the dawn.'' 
Mary and Joanne tell us that 
this lively senior enjoys home- 
room periods and Mr. Collins* 
English class most at W.H.S. 
Carol always seems to be 
dashing to Student Council 
meetings or listening to her 
record collection. Future plans 
include attending Kenneth's 
Hairdressing School. 
Activities: Homeroom Represent- 
ative 4; Pep Squad 2; Junior 
Prom Committee 3. 



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ANNUA BARLOW 

4 Elm Avenue 
College II 
"Quietness is best." 
A cute girl with a great per- 
sonality . . . loves loads of 
Italian spaghetti and roller 
skating . . . enjoys Mr. Col- 
lins' English classes . . . 
future entails attending I.B.M. 
school. 



RONALD BARNHART 

164 Copeland Street 
Vocational 

"There is honesty and fellow- 
ship in him." 

Who is that excellent machin- 
ist? Why, it is none other 
than Ron, of course! After a 
great job like that anyone is 
entitled to a big steak dinner, 
don't you think? When at 
school, Ron rushes to English 
classes with Joe and John. 
Good luck in the years to 
come, Ron. 



FRANCIS BENINATI 

1188 Main Street 
College II 

"Silence is a great peace- 
maker." 

Musical "Frankie" swings dur- 
ing activity period with Steve 
and Hank. His saxophone per- 
formances at North Junior and 
in our talent show rate him 
as one of the most talented in 
our class. The service is in the 
future for this pizza and car 



lover. "Go, man. 



go! 



CHARLES BENTLEY 

30 Cedar Street 
Vocational 

"A popular man can become 
powerful." 

The Lexington Boys' Club def- 
initely has a top athlete in 
"Bent." When he isn't play- 
ing hockey, our former cap- 
tain of the football team is 
usually involved in some 
other sport. As can be ex- 
pected, Charlie rates gym as 
his favorite subject. When you 
ask him to do something, you 
will probably get the answer, 
"For what?" The future years 
include a job as a printer. 

Activities: Football 2. 3. Captain 
3; Hockey 2; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Maroon Squad 3. 4. 



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JOSEPH BERGANTINO 
9 Oak Street 
Technical 

"Sincerity is the basis of tir- 
lue." 

Joe's best friends Pete and 
Bob often join him in a steak 
or a horseback ride. This pop- 
ular boy in the community has 
been elected president of 
C.Y.O. and trustee in the Sons 
of Italy. Best of luck in col- 
lege and everything you under- 
take, Joe. 

Activities: Science Seminar 2, 3; 
German Club 2. 



NANCY BERGMAN 

72 Ellery Road 
Stenographic 
"Oh, life is sweet!" 
Judy and Vivian agree that 
"Dimples" is as adept on the 
keyboard of a piano as on that 
of a typewriter. An "Ipana 
smile" accompanies her bub- 
bling personality. This Rain- 
bow girl hopes to attend the 
Boston School of Dental Nurs- 
ing after graduation. 
Activities: Mr. Husson's Staff }, 
-i; Minor Clerical Staff 4; Mirror 
Representative -i; Junior Prom 
Committee 3. 



ROBERT BERGMAN 

44 Addison Road 

College II 

"Sincerity is a trail of noble 

manhood.'' 

"Bob" comes to WHS. from 

North Quincy High and brings 

with him his artistic talents. 

Like a number of other seniors. 

he likes our system of only 

four periods a week for each 

subject. Along with Mike and 

Joe, we all wish Bob the best 

of luck in the Marines and 

then at college. 



ALLEN BERGSTROM 
89 Farnum Road 
College II 

"A friendly heart uins many 
friends." 

Likable "Al" is ready at the 
shortest notice to start a 
heated debate or eat a pile 
of clams two feet high. When 
he isn't suffering from in- 
digestion, "Al" spends his 
spare time water skiing or 
doubling with his pal Bruce. 
Activities: Debating Club -i; Talent 
Show Committee -J. 




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RICHARD BERGSTROM 
89 Farnum Road 
College II 

"Tbt minor of all COUrteSJ." 
"I shall return" is the oft 
used quotation of "Berg." Al 
and Stu often accompany him 
on his summer water skiing 
jaunts. Democracy and the ro- 
tating schedule are his fa- 
vorites at W.H.S. Next year 
will find "Berg" at college. 
Acthitit i: Debating Club I. 



PHYLLIS BERKMAN 

5 Warwick Avenue 

Collegt II 

"Happy is bet heart." 

Petite and popular "Choo" 

enjoys p.j. parties and skiing 

after school hours. She yells, 

"Let's hit Brigham's" to I 

role. Pat. and Kathy after her 

favorite English class, We all 
wish her success in the teach- 
ing profession. 

Abilities: Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Talent Show 2, ), I; Ma- 
roon Squ.nl i. F.T.A. v i. Mir- 
ror Business Stafl I; Pep Squad 
2, >. 4. 




"Bells are being held while ill students fill out the following 
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VIVIAN BESSEY 
157 Chaffee Avenue 
College II 

''Her ready help was always 
near." 

Well-rounded "Viv" comes 
from North Junior and can be 
seen dashing madly to her 
typing classes. After the 2:30 
bell she is still active with 
Nancy and Bernie until she 
finally settles down to listen- 
ing to classical music. Great 
success in hairdressing, Viv ! 
Activities: Archerv 2; Business 
Office Staff 3; 210 Staff 3; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Kings- 
bury Essay Winner 3; Newspaper 
Staff 3, 4. 



JAMES BLAIKIE 
89 Whitman Road 
Honors 

"What? Me worry?" 
The name Jim Blaikie is syn- 
onymous with the word "ac- 
tive" around W.H.S. Being 
recreational director of St. 
Jude's C.Y.O. and publicity di- 
rector of the 1963 talent show 
are but a few of his activities. 
Jim is looking forward to a 
rewarding career in the field 
of civil engineering after col- 
lege. 

Activities: Crimson Key 4; De- 
bating Club 3, -i; Senior Play 4; 
Newspaper Staff 3, ■*; Mirror 
Business Staff 4. 




MARY BLONGASTAINER 

3 Mt. Ida Terrace 
College II 

"Wit is the flower of the imag- 
ination." 

Being treasurer of the North- 
ernlites keeps Mary busy, but 
Doris and Sue tell us that she 
also enjoys sewing and home- 
room periods at W.H.S. Future 
plans for this active senior in- 
clude teaching in a nursery 
school. 

Activities: Junior Prom Committee 
3; Talent Show 2. 4; Pep Squad 
2; Senior Prom Committee 4. 



JOHN BOGLE 

17 Lawndale Avenue 
College II 

"Humbleness is always grace 
and dignity." 

"Wind it up!" yells John to 
Norman and Ronnie on the 
way to Mr. Yetten's chemistry 
class. Next to playing records 
and driving '54 Fords, John 
likes homeroom period best. 
John's future plans include 
college and the military serv- 
ice. 

Activities: Debating Club 3, 4; 
Chess Club 3. 



KAREN BLAKE 
153 West Street 
College II 

"The little friend of all the 
world." 

"Gee whiz," says "Kaa" to 
friends Carol and Bernice . . . 
plans to be a nurse . . . loves 
to eat turkey, play tennis, and 
skate . . . democracy and typ- 
ing classes rate high with this 
sweet blonde. 
Activities: Archery 4. 



ALFRED BLANCHARD 

5 1 Hastings Street 
College II 

"An honest man is as good as 
his bond." 

Pizza-loving "Al" can be seen 
going to history class with 
"Butch" and Janice. When he 
isn't collecting records or play- 
ing golf, this former South 
Junior student is at C.Y.O. 
Best of luck, Al. 




On the way to class old friends 



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JEANNE BONICA 

12 Walton Street 
Clerk Typist 
"The u ill is free.'' 
Jeanne thinks homeroom pe- 
riods and her filing classes 
are just great. Her favorite pas- 
times include bowling with 
Cathy and Judy. Talented 
Jeanne also enjoys working 
as an assistant dance instructor 
at the Boys' Club. 



BARBARA BONNEY 

70 Washington Avenue 
College II 

"Happy days are here again." 
If this vivacious senior isn't 
working in 210, she's probably 
cheering at one of our foot- 
ball games. "Boon'' loves de- 
mocracy and enjoys lunch 
periods with Lois and Judy. 
Barbara is planning on col- 
lege after graduation. 
Activities: Football Cheerleader 4; 
210 Staff -i; Pep Squad 2. 3: 
Talent Show 3, 4; Maroon Squad 
4; Red Cross Representative 3. 




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ss new summer acquaintances 



NANCY BORDENCA 

223 Warren Street 
College II 

"Sweet as the sweetest of 
melodies." 

A former North Juniorite, red- 
headed Nancy flashes a win- 
ning smile when talking to 
the' kids at W.H.S. She's an 
active member of the C.Y.O. 
and spends most of her spare 
time either with Diane and 
Ginny or writing letters to 
her numerous friends. We're 
all sure that life wont be 
"rough, tough" for this pleas- 
ant senior. 

Activities: Library Council J, i; 
Newspaper Staff 3; Open House 
Usher 3; Pep Squad 2, 3, -i; 
Talent Show 3. 4. 



EVELYN BORNBACK 

23 1 .' Robbins Street 
Stenographic 

"The secret of success is . 
sistency to purpose." 
"Evie" enjoys her work on 
the Youth Council; bowling 
takes up her leisure time. She 
can be found in typing classes 
with Jeannie and Huly. At 
W.H.S. she likes the home- 
room periods best and looks 
forward to a career as a sec- 
retary. 




AMHINE BOLDRFAr 

169 School Street 

I rational 

"Character gi:<-< spL 

youth." 

i ing to W.H.S fron ( 

cogne High School in New 

Brunswick, Canada. .u t i\ e- 

"Tim" spends his spare time 

working on cars with his 

friends Steve and Paul. After 
graduation he plans to become 
a machinist 



I EO BOURG1 OIS 
is Winthrop Stmt 

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When the aroma o( 
Jams fills the air, I eo is sure 
to be around. Math is more 
than likely the topic disci 
at meal time . . . lunJi is an- 
ticipated with great zeal by 
this senior . . . hot rods are 
A OK ' Ro^i r and Ray predict 
a bright future for I eo in con- 
tracting. Best oi Kuk I I 



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DONOVAN BOWLEY 
201 Ash Street 
CoHege I 

"The mind is the lever of .ill 
things." 

Friendly "Don" can be seen in 
the corridor with Don and 
John. Boys' Club. Scouts, and 
DeMolay take up much of this 
bright senior's time, but he 
still finds time for his many 
and diverse interests, ranging 
from architecture to geology. 
Don's future goal is college. 
Activities: Latin Club 3, 4; 
Weather Club 2. 



DORIS BOWMAN 
89 Princeton Avenue 
College I 

"As true as white snow." 
Studious Doris likes trig and 
advanced math best at W.H.S. 
This outstanding member of 
the National Honor Society is 
interested in sports and active 
in Rainbow and her church 
fellowship. A nursing career 
is in store for this bright 
senior. 

Activities: National Honor Society' 
3. 4; French Club 3, 4; Gradua- 
tion Day Usher 3; Class Day 
Usher 3; Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4. 




While everyone takes English, choice] 




LAWRENCE BOWSE 
59 Farnum Road 
Clerk Typist 

"Ideals are the world's mas- 
ters." 

Especially interested in music, 
"Larry" also enjoys bowling 
and baseball with John and 
Dave. This future policeman 
can be found eating steak and 
discussing gym teachers and 
C.Y.O. activities in his «spare 
time. Good luck in the future. 
Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2; 
Talent Show 4. 



JOSEPH BRADLEY 

30 Charlotte Road 
College I 

"Imagination rules the world." 
Sport)' "Joe," a member of the 
C.Y.O. , likes the math depart- 
ment teachers and democracy 
best at W.H.S. This smiling 
tow-head eats steak and onion 
rings to keep in shape for foot- 
ball and baseball. "Catch me 
later," says speedy Joe to 
friends Steve, Ken, and John. 
Activities: Baseball 2, 3. 4; Senior 
Prom Committee 4. 



DONALD BRANNELLY 

53 Francis Street 
Accounting 

"Sense shines when set in hu- 
mility." 

Likable Don can hardly wait 
for dismissal and the chance to 
play hockey with friends Bob 
and Al. This spirited senior 
has a knack for bookkeeping, 
a taste for pizza, and a fine 
future including Bentley's 
School of Accounting. Best of 
luck, Don ! 
Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2. 



EDWARD BRENNAN 
195 Dale Street 
College II 

"An able and humble man is 
a jewel worth a kingdom." 
History class brightens the day 
for this Italian food lover. 
Joined by Tooty and Richard. 
"Eddie" relaxes to the sound 
of swing music. A career in 
aviation awaits this senior 
after graduation. 
Activities: Basketball Manager 2; 
Science Club 2. 



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f other subjects varies. 



PAUL BRENNAN 
1669 Trapelo Road 
Collegi II 

"Happiness is the harvest of 
a quiet eye." 

This graduate of Lexington 
Street Junior High enjoys eat- 
ing steak with his friends 
Mark and John . . . takes great 
interest in sports ... is active 
in church work . . . future 
plans include Northeastern 
University. 



RICHARD BRENNICK 
66 Vernon Road 
Belmont 
Vocatioti.il 

"Keep true to the dre.ini of 
your youth." 

Delicious strawberry shortcake 
sends "Brenk" spinning. "T- 
Birds" are also great as are 
history and English. To people 
who complain he answers, 
"You're fussy!" The I 
Coast Guard followed by- 
further education awaits him. 




CAROL BROWN 
30 Sun Street 
Honors 

"Good things come in sm.dl 
packages." 

Soft-spoken Carol is small, but 
only in size. With great energy 
and spirit "Shorty" follows 
many pursuits in and around 
W.H.S. Languages are her first 
love and she hopes someday to 
build a career around them. 
She finds the language lab, the 
rotating schedule, and her 
friends are the best at WHS. 
Aclivitits: German Club 3, 4; 
Newspaper Staff 2. 3, 4; Mirror 
Staff J. 4; Frcn. h Club 3. 4; 
Mirror Literary Staff 4; Language 
Lab Assistant 4. 



JUDITH BROWN 
236 Dale Street 
// nors 

"Little friends may prove 
friends." 

Judy, a cute girl with a lot 
of musical talent, adds a great 
deal to the success of Mrs. 
Keenan's Latin Club meetings. 
Don't think Judy spends all 
her time boning for college. 
Besides actively participating 
in Rainbow and the Luther 
League, Judy also enjoys steak 
rare and German 
Att'nHUs: Latin Club 2, J, 4; 
German Club \, I; Mm t Ad- 
vertising Staff 4. 



RICHARD BROWN 
[2 Turner Street 
College II 

"Let honor In .in obligation." 
Dick is a transfer student 
from Watertown High When 
he isn't home operating his 
ham radio set. you'll probably 

find him bowling or eating 
Chinese food with Johnny and 
Rick . . . also enjoys world 

history classes . . . hopes to 

enter an Air lone Technical 

School. 

Aclhitiv: Audi. )• Visual 5( 



BERNKT BUOCETT 

116 Russell Street 

College II 

"Her I "I is si in. 
"Are you kidding?" laughs 
"Bunny" with her fi 
Jeanette and Karen . . . 1 
lish and Mrs Minear's de- 
mocracy classes rate an A 

this future registered 
nurse . . . formerly cn ; 
sports at Lincoln-Sudbury Re 
gional High and is now an 
active member of St M 
CY A. 

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Some take languages . 



EDWIN BURKE 
63 Circle Drive 
College II 

"He who can both laugh and 
make others laugh is truly 
fortunate." 

Steak and potatoes are among 
the favorites of "Trigger." 
When accompanied by Joe and 
Ernie, he might be heard ask- 
ing, "Did you get a key with 
that?" After graduation "Trig- 
ger" plans to join the Marine 
Corps and later the state po- 
lice. 

Activities: Football 2, 3; Maroon 
Squad 4; Crimson Key 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Monitor 4; 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4. 




RAYMOND BURKE 

21 Floyd Street 
Accounting 

"Every burden is light where 
friendship's the bond." 
Since sports head the list of 
Ray's favorites, he naturally 
enjoys basketball and gym 
most at W.H.S. "How 'bout 
thac?" . . . interrupts business 
law homework only to eat a 
piece of chocolate cream pie. 
Though he's not certain of 
his future, Ray plans to con- 
tinue in business. 
Activities: Basketball 2, 3; Bowl- 
ing 4. 





EDITH BURTON 
122 Lowell Street 
College I 

"Let us be patient." 
Artistically talented "Edie" en- 
joys her art and economic 
classes at W.H.S. When she is 
not working on the Mirror 
art staff, she is busy design- 
ing and making her own 
clothes. After graduation 
"Edie" plans to utilize her tal- 
ent and attend art school. 
Activities: Minor Art Staff 3 4; 
Latin Club 2. 



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ARTHUR BUSHER 
123 Pond Street 
College II 

"As upright as the cedar." 
"Bush," an enthusiastic judo 
expert, enjoys going to the 
Boys' Club and St. Mary's 
Holy Name Society meetings 
with Gus and Bob. Miss De- 
vane's English class is some- 
thing he will never forget 
about W.H.S. Popular "Bush" 
plans a college education and 
eventually a career in hotel 
administration. 

Activities: French Club 3, 4; 
Maroon Squad 3, 4; Mirror Staff 
4; Mirror Homeroom Represent- 
ative 3. 



BARBARA BYRNE 
41 Common Street 
College I 

"She is witty to talk with." 
In the W.H.S. crystal ball we 
can see Barbara on the col- 
lege campus, but right now 
she enjoys pizza and spaghetti 
with her friends Mary and 
Jeanette. Then it's off to St. 
Mary's C.Y.A. and later work 
on the United Fund Drive. 
May your future always be 
bright, Barbara! 
Activities: Girls' Sports 2. 3. 4 
Senior Play Representative 4; Mir 
ror Staff 4; French Club 3, 4 
Pep Squad 3. 



ROSEANN CACCIATORE 

1124 Main Street 

Stenographic 

"As pure and as perfect as a 
pearl." 

Roseann, one of the most pop- 
ular girls at W.H.S., loves at- 
tending English classes and 
cheering for the W.H.S. teams. 
Anna and Norma join with 
this clerical editor in saying 
the sorority is "unbelievable." 
"Rosie" plans to become a 
secretary after graduation. 
Activities: Class Treasurer 3; Class 
Vice-President 4; Student Council 
2, 3. 4; Mirror Clerical Editor 
4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Senior Play 
Committee 4. 




THOMAS CAFARELLA 

262 Crescent Street 
Ho/: 

"His wit is boundless." 
Tom is our top detective, 
Johnnie Strupe of Senior Play 
fame. Jim and Walter agree 
that Tom willingly solves some 
elementary functions problems 
provided there's a large plate 
of lasagna or fried clams at 
close reach. Active in his 
C.Y.O. and the Youth Ad- 
visory Council. Tom plans to 
turn towards engineering in 
the future. 

Activities: Math Club 4, Treas- 
urer 4; Senior Play 4; Science 
Seminar 4; Math Team 4. 



THOMAS CAHILL 

163 Summer Street 
College I 

"Few things are impossible to 
diligence and skill." 
"Where's my trumpet?" shouts 
"Boniba" to friends Pete and 
Steve. This former North 
Juniorite loves music and all 
types of sports . . . enjoys eat- 
ing plates of filet mignon . . . 
keeps busy in Boys' Club and 
C.Y.A. work . . . works hard- 
est on his French at W.H.S. 
. . . college or military acad- 
emy is in the future for Tom. 

Acl/nlies: Student Council 2, 3; 

Band 2. 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3. 4; 

Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Football 4; 
Golf 2. 3. f. 



CAROL CAIN 

12 Washington Avenue 
College II 

"Her mind is gay." 
Pizza and Southern fried 
chicken rate high with Carol 
. . . nicknamed "Candy" . . . 
enjoys spending her spare time 
with Ron and Bev ... a mem- 
ber of the C.Y.O. ... is also 
active in W.H.S.'s pep squad 
. . . hopes to enter hairdress- 
ing school after graduation. 



JO-ANN CALF 

251 Robbins Street 
College I 

"If \ remember her litllt 
of kindness." 

"Oh no!" exclaims dark haired 
Jo-Ann. "Jo" says she'll fondly 
remember Mr. B's homeroom 
in her junior year; history 
classes also rate with this sweet 
senior. For relaxation she en- 
joys sports or just having fun 
with Marilyn and Arlene. This 
former Newton High student 
hopes to attend Framingham 
State after graduation. 
Activities: Library Council 3; 
Senior Play i; FiT.A. 4; Girls' 
Sports 2. 3. 




MARILYN CAMPBELL 
i i Cherry Street 
College II 
"And her long. soft, yellou 

es." 
"Are you kidding?" asks Mar- 
ilyn of JoAnnc and Margie. 
Roller skating and roast beef 
delight this blue-eyed senior 
who ume to us by way of 
Christian High. Cambridge. 
The 2:30 dismissal bell is 
music to "Mai's" tars. This 
Rainbow girl hopes to be a 
medical secretary in the future. 
Activities: Debating Club J, i; 
Pep Squad 3. 



VIRGINIA CAMPBELL 
234 Charles Street 
Cleik Typist 

"Laugh if you an wise." 
"Sun-a-Gun." says popular 
Ginny. Bowling anil a huge 
record collection are Ginny's 
special interests. Currently this 
lively senior is co-president 
of hei church youth croup. 

Democracy and activity periods 
are among Ginny's favorites 
at Waltham High. She hopes 
for office work or a career 
in the Waves after graduation. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2. J, i. 




others choose science. 



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WILLIAM CAMUTI 

12 Elson Road 

College II 

"His soul is larger 

shy." 

"It behooves you to 

za," exclaims Bill 

and Bob . . . loves 

any kind of photo 

to attend B.C. 

tion . . . will 



than the 



like piz- 

to Steve 

snapping 

. . plans 

after gradua- 

always think 

and 



favorably of English 
French classes at W.H.S. 
A tivities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 
3. 4; Senior Officer 4; Electrical 
Stiff 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 2. 3, 4; 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4. 



LINDA CANNIZZO 
18 Humboldt Street 
Stenogiaphic 
"Her life is full of fun." 
This future stenographer will 
always remember the good 
times she's had with Sibby 
and Joan. Fun-loving "Lin," 
who loves to travel, enjoys 
eating Polynesian food most 
of all. Good luck in every- 
thing, Linda ! 
Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3. 



JOHN CAPPADONA 
18 Fuller Street 
Accounting 

"His friendship is constant 
in all things." 

English with Mr. Donovan is 
the favorite subject of "Cap- 
pa," who wishes to enter a 
business school this fall . . . 
enjoys working with cars 
along with his friends Ronnie 
and Dick. 

Activities: Football 2. 3; Weather 
Club 2. 



GAETANA CARBONE 
119 Mokema Avenue 
Clerk Typist 
"Pearl of great price.'' 
Personable "Gay" enjoys busi- 
ness law classes at W.H.S. 
Judy and Pat will agree that 
this gal loves to bowl . . . 
does volunteer work at Fern- 
aid School in her spare time 
. . . plans to attend a busi- 
ness school after graduation. 
Success to you always. Gay! 
Activities: Mr. Husson's Staff 2; 
Nurse's Staff 3; Talent Show 2, 
4; Pep Squad 2, 3. 




KAREN CARLMAN 
11 Colburn Street 
Stenographic 

"A pleasing countenance is a 
silent commendation." 
Likable Karen is a swimming 
and water skiing fan and a 
member of the Y.P.F. . . . 
enjoys the hectic lunches at 
WHS with Elaine and Char- 
lene . . . favorite subject is 
English. The business firm 
which gets Karen as its top 
secretary will be a lucky one. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2. 



DAVID CARME 
40 Harvard Street 
College II 

"The highest of distinctions 
is service to others." 
Athletic "Dave" likes gym 
best at W.H.S.; lunch period 
comes second for this S.P. 
member, who can be heard 
asking Joe, "Who has the 
keys?" College is in the fu- 
ture plans of this friendly 
senior. 

Activities: Football 2. 4; 
3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4 



Squad 4; 
five 3. 



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Homeroom Representa- 



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DAVID CARMISCIANO 
214 South Street 
College II 

"To know how to laugh is 
to know how to reign." 
David hails from Hale High 
School in Stow, Mass. Ac- 
cording to him, English was 
never so good and geometry 
class is actually interesting 
when taught by Miss John- 
son. If "Dave" isn't training 
for football or track, he enjoys 
eating fried clams with Bill 
and Paul. 

Acliritiei: Football 2. 3, 4; Track 
Team 3. 



PATRICIA CARR 

291 Bacon Street 
Honors 

"Light a thousand torches 
from one." 

"How 'bout my allowance. 
Pa?" inquires "Trish" as she 
dreams fondly of mint chip 
ice cream. Her appetite is 
keen after a good match of 
tennis or swimming. Melody 
and Sandy agree their other 
third is a lover of math and 
of discussions in Latin class. 
A bright future at Connecti- 
cut College for Women awaits 
this deserving miss! 
Actitities: National Honor Society 
3, -i; Mirtoi Literary Editor -i; 
Latin Club 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 4; 
Math Club 3, 4; Girls' Sports 
2, 3, -i; Kingsbury Temperance 
Winner 3; Bloodmobile i. 




BRUCE CARSON" 

16 Hemlock Terrace 
Vocational 

"To bear is to conquer." 
Did someone mention cars or 
hot rods? "Big Fat" Bruce 
is sure to be on the scene, 
hamburgers and fren'ch fries 
in hand. Steve and Bob are 
always being reminded, "The 
war's over." Lunch time is a 
favorite with this senior. 
Wentworth Institute or the 
Navy blue await Bruce after 
graduation. Best of luck 
wherever you go. 



JOSEPH CASALE 
67 Hibiscus Avenue 
Clerk Typist 

"One faithful friend . 
for any man." 

Active "Joe" spends his fret- 
time playing the guitar, col 
lecting guns, and skeet snoot- 
ing. His friend Ralph tells 
us that he plans to join the 
Air Force after graduation 
We wish you the best 
Activities: Riile Club i; Talent 
Show 2. J. 




levelop their manual skills. 



RICHARD CASSIDV 

89 Pine Hill Circle 

Vocational 

"Dream manfully and nobly 

and dreams shall he gii.it.' 

"Tremendous!" laughs Hup 
py" to Ruh.ird as they de 
\clop the picture they have 

taken. IK finds science Ins 
favorite course but also feels 

that the people at WHS. are 
the greatest Future plans in- 
clude i |ob in printing 



GARY (ASIAN l\< I 
67 Highland Street 
Colltgi II 

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M." 

N I todaj . s.i\s "G « hose" 

best buddies include Dill am! 

Paul English with Mr Dono- 
van is high on his list of top 
subicets Gary plans to attend 
college and become I teic her 
in the future 

f'.ls 

ball Team 



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KATHERINE CHAISSON 
1096 A Main Street 
Clerk Typist 
"Short and sweet." 
"Are you nuts?" is the fa- 
miliar exclamation of Kathy 
... is often seen eating pizza 
or submarine sandwiches with 
Maggie and Pat . . . favorite 
subject is typing and her fond- 
est memories are those of the 
good times had in gym . . . 
Kathy aspires to be a secretary 

after graduation. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2. 3; Bowl- 
ing 3; Archery 3; Talent Show 

-i. 



RUSSELL CHAMBERLAIN 

28 Hill Road 
College II 

"Vigilance, action, wise coun- 
sel . . . these insure success." 
Friendly "Russ" hails -from 
North Junior and is an en- 
thusiastic member of W.H.S.'s 
hockey team. Trig and solid 
classes with Wayne and Carl 
are the high spot of his day 
at W.H.S. Work at Sylvania 
and night school at Wentworth 
Institute are included in Russ's 
future plans. 
Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4. 




Study periods are interspersed through the schedule 




WALTER CHAMBERS 
157 Myrtle Street 
College I 

"His road leads him forward." 
"Wally" comes to W.H.S. 
from South Junior High and 
plans to become a lawyer after 
graduation from college. Mr. 
Lynch's- trig classes are high 
on his list of favorites; pizza 
with Jim and Tom come next. 
Good luck in the future, 

Wally. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff 4; De- 
bating Club 3, 4; Latin Club 2; 
Weather Club 3; French Club 3. 

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LEROY CHANDONAIT 

43 Guinan Street 
Vocational 

"The friend is never known 
until the man has need." 
The air is filled with the smell 
of a sizzling steak, and Roy is 
soon on hand. Cars are a 
special interest and hobby with 
this student from the machine 
shop. Dick and Jud say that 
their fellow classmate enjoys 
history classes best. Hope your 
future is bright, Roy! 



JOYCE CHASE 

184 Longfellow Road 
Clerk Typist 

"At every word this maiden 
smiles." 

"What a nut!" exclaims "Tad- 
pole" to friends June and 
Kathy. Bowling is Joyce's fa- 
vorite sport; she says fried 
chicken is right up her alley. 
Mrs. Dorin's patience and of- 
fice procedure classes will al- 
ways stand out in her memory 
of W.H.S. Joyce hopes to at- 
tend business' school nights 
after graduation. 
Activities: Talent Show 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4; Mr. Husson's Staff 
3; Hockey Squad 4. 



MARK CHAVEZ 

67 Crestview Road 
College II 

"Let each man do his best." 
Friendly is a word that fits | 
Mark perfectly. Coming from 
Lexington Street Junior High, 
this dark-haired senior enjoys 
geometry, minerals, and as- 
tronomy. "Chavez-vous," as he 
is often called, can be seen with 
Mike and Paul. Mark plans 
to attend Boston L T niversity 
after graduation. 
Activities: Rifle Club 2. 3. 




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RICHARD CHIACCHIO 
92 Fuller Street 
College II 

"A light heart Hies long." 
"Richie" really likes his chem- 
istry classes and German with 
Mr. Benedict. The Friday night 
dances and eating also rate 
high on this senior's list of 
likes, as Lief and Dave can 
testify. "If only I were older" 
is a favorite complaint of his. 
"Richie's" ambitious plans in- 
clude obtaining a degree in 
law and then joining the 

F.B.I. 

Activities: Audio-Visual 2. }>. 4; 
Dance Committee 2. }. 



ERNEST CHIASSON 

19 Harding Avenue 
Voc.itiu)i.il 
"He shall reap ■ 
"If you have nothing to say. 
say nothing." philosophizes 
"Ern." and this is a very good 
policy. He loves to water ski 
and eat lunch. After gradua- 
tion Ern has plans for his own 
auto body shop. Good luck. 
"Ern." 




RONALD CHIASSON 
80 Church Street 

Vocational 

"Alan fees through imagina- 

"Strike!" yells Ronnie as the 
ball knocks all the pins down. 
His acumen for math helps 
him to add up the high bowl- 
ing scores. The service is go 
ing to receive a hard worker 
after Ronnie graduates from 
W.H.S. 



MARTHA CHILDS 
*> J6 Lexington Street 
Collegi II 

"A sunbeam on a winter d.n." 
Lively Martha enjoys horse- 
back riding and eating lobster 
in her spare time. Her friend] 
June and Carolyn tell us that 
German and art rate an "A" 
in this future elementary 
school teacher's book. Best 
of luck in the future. 
Activities: German Club I; Pep 
Club 2; Mhrot Art Staff I; F.T.A. 
-i; French Club I. Language Lab 
Assistant • . 



BEVERLY CINCOTTA 
292 River Street 

Ch> I Typist 

"A gentle girl by nature." 

This former South Juniorite 

is i specially fond of roasl bed 

. . . can he heard saying, 
"wind it up. baby!" to Bev- 
erly and Carol . . . enjoys 
going to parties . . . gym and 
English classes rate high with 
this future hairdresser. 
Actirititj: I'cp Squad v Talent 
Show 



Kl( HARD < I A\( V 
1 1 Bacon Street 
t // 

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1 )idc," usually seen with Bill 
and Jack, likes golf, baseball 
and southern fried chicken . . 
world history classes are tops 
with this member of the E 
Club and Young People's Fel 
lowship . . . can be bean 
claiming. II.. Sam" . . 
plans to go into heating and 
sheet metal work. 



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Shorthand is the language of secretaries. 



ROBERT CLARK 
23 Galen Street 
College II 

"Men go farthest when roads 
are difficult." 

Submarine sandwiches and 
Bob just seem to go together 
like two peas in a pod. French 
rates high with this college 
preparatory lad. "Parlez-vous 
francais?" Bob inquires of 
Arthur on the way to the 
Boys' Club. "Let's get things 
done . . . immediately!" cries 
Bob. Future plans include a 
college education. 
Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3, Treas- 
urer 4; French Club 4; Mirror 
Business Staff 4; Rifle Team 3, 
4. 



KICHARD COCIVERA 

30 Harvard Street 
College I 

"The door to success is 
marked 'Push'." 
"Coachie," who can usually 
be found with Tom and Bob, 
is an active member of the 
Sons of Italy . . . loves history 
classes and pizza . . . always 
wonders, "Why?" . . . plans 
on a college education in the 
fall. 

Activities: Debating Club 2, 3, 4; 
Newspaper Staff 4; French Club 
3, 4; Youth Council 3, 4; Inter- 
national Relations Club 4. 




THOMAS COOLEY 
60 Dix Street 
College II 

"He seems bom for success." 
When music is mentioned in 
front of this active lad, there's 
sure to be a response. This 
former South Juniorite enjoys 
trig and solid. "T.C." can us- 
ually be seen with his friends 
Glen and Benny at the Boys' 
Club. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Swim- 
ming Team 2. 



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ANN CORCORAN 
150 Chaffee Avenue 
College I 

"As sweet as the rose's scent." 
Peppy, popular "Annie" en- 
joys Mr. "B's" French class 
most of all at W.H.S. She's 
a social director of Confrater- 
nity classes and a member of 
C.Y.O. As her friends Carol 
and Faith know, she loves 
roast beef and the prospect of 
becoming a nurse. 
Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 
French Club 3, 4; Senior Play 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Library Coun- 
cil 3. 



GERARD CORMIER 

284 River Street 
College II 

"He has achieved success who 
has lived well." 
"I kid you not;" this senior 
fellow loves to cook. Gym 
and history rate high on 
"Jerry's" list of favorites. He 
plans to go into the service 
after graduation from W.H.S. 
We agree with Hank and 
Frankie that "Jerry" will suc- 
ceed. 

Activities: Junior Prom Committee 
3. 



MADELINE CORONITI 
14 Canterbury Road 
Honors 

"She has a passion for ballads; 
they are the gypsy children of 
song." 

"Mac," as she is fondly re- 
ferred to by her friends Pat 
and Sandy, is an active mem- 
ber of the W.H.S. math club. 
She especially enjoys Miss 
Hogan's math classes and folk 
music. Madeline is really "phe- 
nomenal." 

Activities: Math Club 3, 4, Sec- 
retary 4; German Club 2, 3, •<; 
Math Team 3, 4; National Merit 
Commendation 4; Mirror Literary 
Staff 4 




JAMES CORREIA 
80 Crestview Road 
College 11 

"Good humor is the essence 
of the mind." 

"I doubt it," says this former 
Somerville High student. Jim 
enjoys his U.S. history classes 
best and thinks the Language 
Lab is just great. His favorite 
relaxations include building 
models with Davy and Bill. 
Jim is aiming for the Massa- 
chusetts College of Pharmacy 
after graduation. 
Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 3, 
4; Recording Club 4. 



DIAN COTE 
40 Grove Street 
College II 

"Straight from her heart did 
kindness floic." 
"Dee Dee" loves music as 
long as Johnny Mathis is sing- 
ing. Her favorite class at 
W.H.S. is physical science with 
Mr. Perkins. Lunch period 
with Gail is a high spot in 
her day. Dian is active in 
C.Y.O. and plans to attend 
beautician school after grad- 
uation. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Talent 
Show 3; Senior Play 4. 




BEVERLY CREMIN 

5 Sharon Street 
College II 

"Be half so fair as she!" 
Lively "Bev" plans to be a 
beautician after graduation. 
She loves democracy with Mr. 
Orman. Among her many 
friends are Bev and Prime. 
She enjoys C.Y.O. and eating 
turkey. Good luck, "Bev." 
Activities: Pep Squad 2. 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Talent 
Show 3; Red Cross Representative 



JOHN CRIPPS 

50 Leonard Street 
College II 

"Nothing common seems 
worthy of him." 
"Crabbs" enjoys science and 
democracy best at W.H.S. . . . 
future plans include college, 
and then probably a career 
in public relations and adver- 
tising. "Know thyself" is the 
philosophy of this former 
South Juniorite. 

Weather Club 4; Talent 
Show i . 



CHARLENE COURTNEY 

81 Wood lawn Avenue 
Secretarial 

"A smile is the whisper of a 
laugh." 

English rates high with Char- 
lene as does eating lunch with 
Karen and Elaine. Out of 
school "Charlie" likes going 
to the Piety Corner Club, eat- 
ing steak, and dancing. After 
graduation Charlene is plan- 
ning on becoming a secretary. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2. 3; Red 
Cross Representative 2; Talent 
Show 2. 4. 



FAITH CO YE 

32 Propect Street 
College I 

"Her eyes are like the deep 
blue sky." 

Cheerful Faith can be seen 
laughing with Elaine and Judy 
as she walks across the court- 
yard to world history with 
Mrs. Patterson. This future 
college student spends her 
spare time on water skis or 
skates. Best of luck. 
Activities: French Club 3. 
man Club I; Latin Club 2 
Show 2. V l; F.T.A. 3. 
Squad 2. I, .. 



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Talent 
4; Pep 




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PHYLLIS CROSSLAND 
561 South Street 
Clerk Typist 

"Her goodwill is great." 
Miss Lorenzo's English classes 
really make "Pho's" eyes shine 
as do chicken pies, spaghetti. 
and french fries. Dancing and 
bowling with Jean and Her- 
mine help round out her day. 
"Pho" should have a very 
successful career as a beau- 
tician-hairdresser. 
Activities: Junior Prom Committee 
3; Cafeteria Squad 3. 



RICHARD CULVER 
38 Lakeview Terrace 
Accounting 

"Let your boat of life be light- 
ly packed." 

Richard, called "Jumpy" by 
his friends Gobi and Charley, 
favors democracy classes and 
chicken. A member of the 
C.Y.O., Dick plans to attend 
business college in the future. 
Good luck! 
Activities: Talent Show 3. 




PAUL CURCIO 
54 Gilbert Street 
College II 

"Peace rules the da)." 
Paul, a member of the Rotary 
Club, enjoys the scenery at 
Waltham High ... a B.L.T. 
tempts the appetite of this 
math student . . . exclaims, 
"Da! Hey!" to Bill and Gary 
. . . plans to attend college. 
Activities: Baseball 2. 



PAUL CURLEY 

58 Hiawatha Avenue 

College II 

'.'A good man is kinder to his 

enemy than bad men to their 

friends." 

Karate is synonymous with 

the name of Paul Curley. He 

attends the Karate Academy, to 

which his friends Mel and 

Artie can testify. Tuesday 

lunch periods and math with 

Mr. Curry rate high at W.H.S. 

with Paul. After graduation 

he plans to join the Air Force. 

Good luck, Paul ! 

Activities: Cafeteria Monitor 4; 

Talent Show 4. 




PETER CURRY 

26 Leonard Street 
Honors 

"Eyes of the most holy blue I" 
Persuasive Pete is a regular 
politician. The easy going 
friendly manner of this born 
leader has won him several 
presidential positions at 
W.H.S. It's only natural that 
Pete likes democracy best at 
W.H.S. and plans to go to 
college and major in law. 
Activities: Student Council 2, 
4. President 3; Golf Team 
3, 4; Senior Play Committee 



Cafeteria Squad 
ident 2, 4. 



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4; 
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ROBERT CURRY 
42 Hagar Lane 
College I 

"Cheerfulness is as natural to 
his heart as color is to his 
cheeks." 

Golf and bowling rate an ap- 
proving smile from handsome 
Bob, "Hucka," as he is fa- 
miliarly called, finds le fran- 
cais with Miss Dubois suits 
him tres bien. Bob and Jim are 
among his numerous friends 
who find Bob's company very 
enjoyable. He has his eye on 
a college education after 
W.H.S. 

Activities: Hockey 2, 3; French 
Club 3; Senior Play 4; Talent 
Show i; Youth Council 3. 




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MAUREEN CUTLER 

137 Main Street 
College I 

"Her smile is like the dawn.'' 
Our "Reenie" with the spark- 
ling personality can usually 
be found with Sue and Marcia 
as she passes to class through 
the courtyard. As president of 
the French Club she is kept 
busy, but she can always find 
the time to collect stuffed 
animals. Good luck at Eliot 
Pearson School, "Reenie!" 
Activities: Natinn.il Honor Society 
$, I; Cheerleader i; French Cluh 
J, i. President i: Women's Club 
Representative 3, I; Mirror Liter- 
ary Staff i. 



THOMAS CZEHOWSKI 

17 Munroe Avenue 
Accounting 

"There is no impossibility to 
him who stands prepared to 
conquer every hazard." 
Whether shooting pool, swim- 
ming, or having fun at the 
Boys' Club, this energetic 
senior is bursting with school 
spirit. "Tommy's" favorite 
place at W.H.S. is the cafe- 
teria, and he can usually be 
seen there with Mary Jane 
and Jimmy. Bentley College 
is his goal after graduation. 



DORIS DAIGLE 

23 Charles Street 
Collegt 11 

"She b.is .i suet/, contented 
air." 

Doris came to us from Mento 
Memorial High in New Bruns- 
wick, Canada. Pizza and skat- 
ing are favorites of this French 
miss, who naturally also likes 
French at W.H.S. Friend Mar- 
garet knows she'll do her best 
at I.B.M. school after gradua- 
tion. 
Actiriths: First Aid 4. 



FRANK DALEY 
20 Clubhouse Lane 
Way land 
J 'ocational 

''He teemed .i quiet felt 
No. clubhouse lane isn't in 
Waltham, hut it is a pleasant 
sound to the ears of this Way- 
landite. It is evident that Skip 
has traveled quite a bit. since 
he comes to us from Acton 
High School. Wrjen not study- 
ing theory at school, Skip is 
kept busy taking part in his 
church group or making model 
t.ns with Ernie and Tom. Col- 
lege and the service are the 
goals of this lively senior. 





si I VEN DAVIS 

no High Street 

I 'i/c.il/iiii.d 

"Sim the i.u . 

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The Boys' ( I ub has a great 
member in Steve, who is es 
pecially interested in cars. He 
also likes history and a good 
steak, After graduation, Stev* 
intends to become a machin- 
ist 



[AMES DE LU< \ 

20 Brcnnan Avenue 

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I ' J sci ; who's that I spy 

over there surrounding a large 
pi//a pie? Why, oi course, 

it s "Duke." known more 

|im i\ l uco As 

Duke. looks kuk over his 
times at \\ H.S., he best re- 
numbers the new cafe and 
gym. Bowling is ■ favorite 

II, and ix. 
with this senior, who hop 

attend Bentley School ol \ 

counting. 

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PATRICIA DENEAULT 
107 Mokema Avenue 
College 11 

"Of manners gentle, of affec- 
tions mild:' 

"The kids" are great and his- 
tory rates high, Pat informs 
us ... is a member of Our 
Lady's C.Y.O. . . . loves 
sketching and swimming . . . 
enjoys driver road with Jo- 
Ann and Marcia . . . sees 
college in the future. 
Activities: Red Cross Represent- 
ative 4; Girls' Sports 2. 



ANN DESFORGE 
161 Brown Street 
College I 

"Her smile is a gentle ray of 
s tins bine." 

Ann enjoys languages and 
reading at W.H.S. When not 
eating steak with Sandy and 
Frances, she can be found in 
the language lab. Cheerfulness 
and friendliness are among 
her attributes. Ann is active 
in C.Y.O. and plans to attend 
college after graduation. We 
know she'll do well always. 
Activities: German Club 3, 4; 
Latin Club 2; French Club 3, 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3; 210 Staff 4. 




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PATRICIA DESPRES 
3 Ncrumbega Terrace 
Clerk Typist 

"Keep the golden mean be- 
tween saying too much and 
too little." 

"See you tonight," says "Pat," 
an ex-North juniorite, who 
enjoys steak and fried chicken. 
The new wing and democracy 
classes rate high on her list 
of favorites at W.H.S., as 
Mary. Jean, and Jimmy will 
tell you. In her spare time 
this future clerk typist enjoys 
swimming and dancing. 



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STEPHEN DE VINCENT 
82 Lawrence Street 
Accounting 

"His wit shines, but not at 
others expense." 
"Bush" can be found swim- 
ming or fixing cars when he's 
not enjoying spaghetti and 
meat balls. He is often heard 
saying, "I can't stand it" to 
Hank and Sharon. At W.H.S. 
he likes the rotating schedule 
most of all. Best of luck in 
your future business, Steve. 
Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 
Chef's Club 4; Rifle Club 2; 
Football 2; Prom Committee 3, 4. 



DIANE DI BONA 
159 Plympton Street 
Stenographic 

"A merry heart makes a cheer- 
ful countenance." 
"Is that right?" asks pretty 
"DeeDee" as she finishes her 
hot pastrami sandwich. Her 
friends, Norma, Elaine, and 
Roseann, agree that this pert 
senior will go a long way as 
a good secretary. During her 
spare time "DeeDee" loves at- 
tending sorority meetings with 
the kids. An A+ rating goes 
to Mr. Yetten's study and all 
the kids at W.H.S. Keep typ- 
ing, "DeeDee!" 
Activities: Senior Band 2. 3; 
Mirror Clerical Staff 4; Talent 
Show 3. 4; Cafeteria Squad 3; 
Junior Prom Committee 3. 



ELAINE DICKS 
2 Winter Street 
College I 

"Life is nothing without de- 
light." 

This Rainbow girl just loves 
lamb . . . enjoys going to plays 
and listening to hi-fi with 
Barbara and Sharon . . . loves 
Waltham High's new cafeteria. 
When thinking about nursing 
school and advanced biology 
classes Elaine cries, "has any- 
one got an aspirin?" 
Activities: Library Council 3, 4; 
French Club 3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 
3, 4; Mirror Representative 2; 
Senior Play 4. 



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PETER DOLLOFF 

10 Vine Street 
Lexington 
Vocational 

"The soul is strong that trusts 
in others." 

A former member of Lexing- 
ton High, Pete gets enjoyment 
from guns and cars as well as 
from history-. He hopefully 
wants to continue his interest 
in drafting after graduation, 
but if not, he plans to enlist 
in the Navy. 



ROBERT DOMINGS 
15 Gregory Street 
Vocational 
"The man of deeds." 
"Domingo," treasurer of the 
National Honor Society, loves 
hunting and fishing. As be 
runs through the woods with 
his trusty gun and suddenly 
sees a large moose staring 
him in the face, he yells, 
"Let's cut out." His favorite 
subject is math and his future 
includes contracting and 
building. 

Activities: National Honor Society 
3, -i. Treasurer -i; Editor of Vo- 
cational Views -i; Mirror Staff 4; 
Youth Council 2. 




FREDERICK DONALD 
29 Walnut Street 
Clerk Typist 

"To err is human, to for^n e 
d'tvim ." 

"Donald" can be found eating 
lobster and fried clams with 
Walter and Tom. Democracy 
and English are his favorite 
classes at W.H.S.. and he re- 
members especially the many 
fire drills. In his spare time 
he collects for different com- 
munity funds. He has hopes 
for a business career in the 
future. 
Activit'u i \\ cither Cluh 1 



ARIELLA DORIGATTI 
19 Evergreen Avenue 
Secretarial 

"Nothing is impossible to a 
nil ling heart." 

"Arie," the girl with music in 
her name, comes to us from 
Brighton High. She likes lunch 
and problems of democracy 
best at W.H.S. Her new 
friends include Phyllis and 
Rosemary. "Arie" will leave 
us after graduation to go to 
secretarial school 



JEFFREY DORIN 
•19 Hillcroft Road 
Technical 
l gentleman and ./ scholar" 

An amateur "ham" radio oper- 
ator, "Jeff" can be seen utiliz- 
ing his experience on the track 
team running from physics to 
math classes. An active mem- 
ber of the Explorers, he plans 
to become an engineer after 
graduation from college, 

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YK TOR DOl ( I I 

L30 Adams Street 
I rational 

his bounty of ■ 
nt is." 

"Vic" hails from Canada . . . 
is an asset to our hotkey team 
. . . insists "practice makes 
perfect" . . . avid Youth Coun- 
cil member . . . Sam and John 
tell us Vu just loves sports 
. . . finds relaxation driving 
his white sports uir. 

Newspaper sum 
Cafeteria Squad 
Captain 3 ; Football 



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'Now, Coach, now??" 



DIANE DOUCETTE 

46 Spring Street 

Stenographic 

"There is majesty in simplic- 

[ty-'l 

"Hi, peoples!" says friendly 
"Choo-Choo" to all the kids 
at W.H.S. Faith and Pat are 
buddies of this sports' fan, 
who also enjoys Mrs. Cases's 
studies and shorthand classes. 
After graduation Diane, alum- 
na of St. Pierre's School, as- 
pires to be a private secretary. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2; Bowling 
2, 3; Archery 3; Talent Show 4. 



RONALD DOUGLAS 

71 Milner Street 
College II 

"He who overcomes by force 
has overcome but half his 
foe." 

"Pancho" thinks W.H.S. is 
just about the most . . . says, 
"It's sociable!" ... is an ar- 
dent fan of "The Big Bur- 
ger." Christine and Perry tell 
us he firmly believes in his 
famous philosophy, "Kids will 
be kids" . . . hopes to attend 
college after graduation. 




GEORGE DOW 

91 Winn Street 
Burlington 
Vocational 

"Happiness is a goal of life." 
Every morning "Shep" sets off 
to commute to W.H.S. . . . 
can be heard saying, "Real 
sharp!" when it comes to 
lunch ... a sports enthusiast 
and a pizza lover . . . plans to 
go into the service, friends 
Twiggy and Norman tell us. 



GEORGE DRINKWATER 

36 Totten Circle 
College I 

"A twinkle in his eye for every 
girl." 

"Hi, yew-all" is the familiar 
greeting given by George 
Henry Edwards Drinkwater 
III, as he is called by all his 
friends. Though an active 
member of the Latin Club, 
he spends most of his time 
either working as an orderly 
at the hospital or working on 
one of his two antique autos. 
George aspires to become a 
doctor in the future. 
Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; 
A.F.S. Finalist 3. 



ROBERT DRURY 
15 Irving Street 
College I 

"There is not a single moment 
in life that we can afford to 
lose." 

Red-haired "Bob," an enthus- 
iastic sports fan, can often be 
heard exclaiming, "Forget it!" 
to his friends Doug and Jim 
. . . finds the strength for 
Mr. Reynold's Algebra II class 
by eating steak, french fries, 
and pizza. Bob, who enjoys 
history classes, will tread a 
college campus in the future. 
Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4; Cross 
Country 4; Track 4; Baseball 2. 



WALTER DUDDY 
229 River Street 
College II 

"The great art of learning is to 
undertake but little at a time." 
This avid golf fan enjoys his- 
tory classes at W.H.S. . . . 
loves the "Exit" doors, as 
do friends Al and Fred. When 
asked for advice on any mat- 
ter, this future college man 
will quote, "Ask not what 
your country can do for you, 
but what you can do for your 
country !" 

Activities: Mirror Subscription 
Staff 4; Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4. 



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THOMAS DUGAN 

279 Dale Street 
College II 

"To love the game beyond the 
prize." 

St. Mary's loss proved to be 
a gain for Waltham High . . . 
look for Tom at "Tony's" 
or on "the nearest basketball 
court with Dickie and Jerry 
. . . this sportsman thinks the 
faculty at W.H.S. is the great- 
est .. . college calls after grad- 
uation. 

Activities: Football 4; Basketball 
4; Track 4; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 3, 4; Prom Committee 
3, i. 



GARY Dl'NBRACK 
513 Garden Circle 
College I 

"As a man acts, so be be- 
comes." 

Trig is great ... a friendly 
man of few words . . . has 
beautiful handknit sweaters 
. . . golf and water skiing 
rate high ... a quiet senior 
with plans to attend a busi- 
ness college in the near future. 
Activities: Minor Representative 2; 
Senior Play Committee 4; Maroon 
Squad 4; Mirror Advertising Staff 
4. 



PAUL DL'PERE 

58 Lake Street 
Vocational 

"Self-command is power." 
Mention the fact that there's 
going to be a car race and you 
are sure to hear, "Is that 
right?" in the vicinity . . . 
Don't guess; it's Dupe! . . . 
thinks Mr. Olding is "A-l" 
. . . hopes that steaks are 
served in machine shops! 
Activities: Vocational Views 3. 



DONALD DLRKEE 
109 Myrtle Street 
College II 

"His u irds .in always it/tt\." 
At the mention of camping 
"Duke'' runs to get his equip- 
ment be it night or day . . . 
thinks camping trips and hunt- 
ing are almost as much fun 
as homeroom periods. John 
and Ronnie tell us Duke likes 
trig and solid. It's either col- 
lege or the service for Don 
after graduation. 
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Rifle Club 2. 3; German Club 2. 




CHARLENE EARLEY 

127 Warren Street 

Collegt II 

"Silence is more musical than 

an) tong." 

"Let's go swimming," shouts 

"' harl" to Sue and Nancy. 

This college-bound senior hails 

from St. Mary's . . . loves 

cooking classes .it W.H.S. . . . 

plans include a junior college 

or a finishing school. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2. Talent 

Show 3. Prom Committee 3. 



CHRISTINE EDMUNDS 

18 Townsend Street 

Stenographic 

"Filled to the brim with ,c;At." 

Mention the word spaghetti 
and "Crystal" is sure to be 
near. Shorthand class and the 
teachers in general at W.H.S. 
are tops with this swimming 
enthusiast and member of the 
Holy Rosary Guild. Pauline 
and Diane know that "Tina" 
sticks by her motto of "trv snA 
try again' and will make an 
excellent secretary. 

Activities: Student Council Rep- 
resentative s. |j Pep Squ I 

r Prom Committee s; Talent 
Show 2, 3. i. 




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RICHARD ENGLISH 
96 Doty Street 
College II 

"Self-confidence is the first 
step towards success." 
One person at Waltham High 
who certainly is a hit is 
"Rick." Typing and German 
rate high on Rick's list of 
favorites. After graduation 
Rick hopes to become a fresh- 
man at Northeastern Univer- 
sity. 

Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 
3. -4; Minor Subscription Staff 4; 
Senior Play Committee 4; Class 
Vice-President 2; Football 2, 3. 



BEATRICE EPSTEIN 
150 Sheffield Road 
College I 

"The sea green mirrors of her 
eyes." 

Janet and Melody reveal that 
"Bebe" loves to visit colleges 
. . . hopes to be a teacher or 
maybe an anthropologist . . . 
secretary of the FT. A. If she 
should take a trip to China, 
she would tear it apart in 
search of egg rolls! Bebe's 
sure to be a success at North- 
eastern next year. 
Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 3, 4, Secretary 4; Mirror 
Literary Staff 4; Library Council 
3. 4; French Club 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4. 



JAMES FAIR 

43 Wellington Street 
Honors 

"The tall huntsman!" 
When Jim isn't trying to fig- 
ure out the latest physics prob- 
lem, he can be found talking 
to Skip and Larry about trig 
classes. A real outdoors man, 
Jim enjoys hunting, fishing, 
and working on his car . . . 
future plans include attending 
Brandeis. 

Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, 
President 4; Rifle Team 3, 4; Latin 
Club 2; Track Team 2; Crimson 
Key 4; Senior Play 4. 



MARY FAY 
142 High Street 
Clerk Typist 

"And instead of a breeze, she 
sent a gale." 

Mary can usually be seen bowl- 
ing with friends Bonnie and 
Barbara if she isn't with the 
Pep Squad cheering our team 
to victory. Business machines 
class is one of Mary's favorites 
at W.H.S.; the talent show 
comes next. After graduation 
Mary hopes to attend business 
school. 

Activities: Talent Show 2; Senior 
Prom Committee 4; Pep Squad 4. 




SANDRA FERRAZZANI 
242 Linden Street 
College I 

"All who saw admired her air, 
her manners." 

Whether she is playing bad- 
minton, or studying French, 
"Sandy" is always smiling. 
Judy and Claire tell us that 
"Sandy" enjoys the new cafe- 
teria and her work on the 
executive board of the French 
Club. Future plans include 
Bridgewater State College and 
a career in teaching. 
Activities: Latin Club 2; German 
Club 3. 4; French Club 3, 4; 
Senior Plav 4; F.T.A. 3 4. 

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ANTHONY FILOSO 

219 Temple Road 

Honors 

"Deep brown eyes running 

over with glee." 

Ambitious "Tony" is an avid 

sports fan and member of the 

C.Y.O., but he still finds time 

for fun with Max and Ted. 

Trig classes and biology are 

rated highly by this president 

of the Audio-Visual Staff. In 

the future "Tony" plans a 

career in medicine. 

Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2. 

3. President 4; Electrical Staff 

2. 3. 4; Mirror Sports Staff 4; 

Talent Show 2. 3, 4; Senior Play 

-4. 




Our track team continues 




KATHLEEN FLAHERTY 
43 Beechwood Road 
College II 

"Sweeter than the honey and 
the honeycomb." 
"Let's check it out," declares 
popular "Kathie" to friends 
Pat and Phyllis. Working in 
210, democracy classes, and 
weekends at the Cape rate 
tops with "Kathie." Her fu- 
ture plans include Lasell 
Junior College. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3. 4; Senior Play 4; 
Library Council 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Cafeteria Squad 4. 



ts winning ways 



ALICE FLEMING 

32 Riverview Avenue 
College I 

"Nothing is so contagions as 
enthusiasm." 

Alice is seen daily working 
diligently in the Main Of- 
fice. This, no doubt, will give 
her experience for the career 
she plans as an executive sec- 
retary. After French Club 
meetings, she finds time to en- 
joy horseback riding with 
Jeannie. 

Activities: French Club 3, 4, 
President 4; Future Teachers of 
America 4; Latin Club 2; Mirror 
Staff 4; Senior Play Usherette 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 




ELAINE FLYNN 
143 Willow Street 
College I 

"So sweet the blush of bashful- 
ness." 

This French lover also loves 
people, Carol and Cathy tell 
us. Elaine thinks snow and 
skiing are unbelievably won- 
derful as are the submarines 
she enjoys after C.Y.O. meet- 
ings. Future plans include col- 
lege, where the winters will 
be white and ski slopes fast. 
Activities: French Club 3, 4; Latin 
Club 2; German Club 4; Pep 
Squad 3, 4; Talent Show 4; F.T.A. 
4. 



DAVID FOLSOM 
327 Florence Road 

// 
"He lit 9i for U." 

Adventurous "Dave" goes in 
for exciting sports like para- 
chute jumping and skiing, 

cii rman class is Dave's favorite 

at W.H.S. . . . comrades in- 
clude Dick and "Yims" . . . 
future plans include some time 

in the service. Good luck, 

"D.r 

Adiritits: Audio-Visual Staff 2. 



RICHARD FLYNN 
1 5 Floyd Street 
College II 

"We are never so unhappy as 
we imagine." 

This beef-eating senior, whose 
favorite block is Activity 
Period, can be seen either at 
St. Mary's C.Y.A. or with 
Tooty and Mike. After grad- 
uation "Richie" plans to join 
the Marine Corps. Good luck, 
Dick! 





DIAW1 FORSYTHE 

, Fran< - Street 
Colltgi U 
"Silenct is >< 

.I'i) tOHg." 

Dunne is one who is ready 
at the drop i^i a hat to go 
horNth.uk riding or dancing. 

'Hey, kid'" is her favorite 

expression. The future plans 
iA this spaghetti lo\cr include 

nurse's training. 

Homeroom Rep 

.i 1 1 s c *; Prom Committee *; Senior 

i mmittce I; Talent 

Show i. Archery Team J; Pep 

! v 

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ROBERT FREDERICKS 

30 Elson Road 
College II 

"Imagination rules the noild." 
"Hi, Tiger" is Bob's favorite 
greeting. Popular Bob is an 
avid sports fan and enjoys 
playing hockey and football. 
Economics and Chinese food 
also rate high with him. He 
is currently looking forward 
to a career in the service. 
Activities: Maroon Squad 4; Mir- 
ror Business Staff 4; Football 2, 3; 
Senior Play Business Staff 4; 
Talent Show -4. 



RICHARD FRESE 

88 Riverview Avenue 
College II 

''Action is eloquence." 
A major in politics at college 
lies ahead for this popular 
senior. In his spare moments 
"Rick" enjoys reading or eat- 
ing a juicy steak with pals 
Tom and Wally. Whether at 
Youth Council meetings or 
the Weather -Club, of which 
he is treasurer, this busy senior 
is bound to be a hit. Best of 
luck, "Rick!" 

Activities: Baseball 2; Debating 
Club 2. 3, 4; Weather Club 2, 
3. 4, Treasurer 2, 3; Newspaper 
Staff 4; French Club 3. 




As the ancient Greeks said, "A 




RONALD FUCCI 

183 South Street 

Vocational 

"Wit and wisdom are burn 

with a man." 

"Fooch" dreams of new ideas 

for hi-fi's and stereo's nightly 

. . . Richard and Jude say 

that Ronnie will cry, "That 

ain't right" at the absurd 

thought of being anything but 

an audio-technician . . . will 

always remember the great 

bunch of kids in the class of 

'63. 



DANIEL GARRAHAN 
18 Brookfield Road 
College II 

"All his thoughts were con- 
gealed into lines on his face." 
Formerly a student at Lexing- 
ton Street Junior High, Daniel 
plans to go into auto sales 
after graduation. His favorite 
hobby, building model cars, 
indicates the reason for his 
future interest. Joe and Steve 
often accompany Daniel eating 
pizza. 

Activities: Audio-Visual 2, 3, 4; 
Tape Recording Club 4, Vice- 
President 4. 



JAMES GEARY 
71 Parmenter Road 
Accounting 

"He does his duty straight 
and true.'' 

Handsome Jim loves lunch 
periods at W.H.S. . . . shares 
sports interest with "Nag" and 
"Coachie" . . . plans to wear 
an Air Force uniform after 
graduation. We know Jim will 
always keep his great person- 
ality. Luck always, Jim! 
Activities: Basketball 2; Baseball 
2. 




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JEANNETTE GEOFFRION 
333 River Street 
College II 

"The eye's light is a noble 
gift of heaven." 
When the 2:30 dismissal bell 
rings, "Jay" is the first one 
out. "How you doin' ?" is a 
familiar cry that you may hear 
as she hurriedly passes you. 
Collecting records is her fa- 
vorite hobby, but she also 
loves sewing. "Jay" wants to 
be a precision worker in the 
future. 






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ound mind and a sound body. 




LINDA GIARDINA 
4 14 River Street 
Honors 

"Her heart radiates warmth." 
"Car races? Chicken? 
Where?" shouts this well- 
liked senior. Al and Sandy 
both know how Linda craves 
both. This active German 
Club and Mirror staff mem- 
ber loves Mr. Eames' biology 
classes and our rotating sched- 
ule. Linda aspires to be a 
medical secretary after gradua- 
tion. 

Activities: Minor Literary Staff 4; 
German Club 2, 3. 4; Student 
Council 3; Main Office Staff 4; 
Language Lab Assistant 3. 



ROBERT GIBBON ^ 
Vi Abbot Road 
Collect II 

"Hi is always laughing." 
Fun loving 'Gibby" can usual- 
ly be found M'king around 
with Ronnie and Charlie At 
\\ H S he especially likes 
the football games and Ger- 
man classes Lobster and 
"those Sunday afternoon rides" 
are also tops with this popu- 
lar senior. "Gibby" is active 
in his C.Y.O. and plans on 
college after graduation 

Football 3; Tra* ■ 
Maroon Squad 1; Crimson K 
Junior Prom Committee 




PETER GIBSON 
19 Harland Road 
iiical 

"Pat it. nc t dot i the m 
"Pete" can usually be heard 
Over the airwaves talking to 
friends Boh and Phil. Amateur 
radio operating and math 
classes take up most of this 
Explorer Scout's time. This 
tei h v mils; si nioi i .in b< as- 
sured currents of success in 

college 

Activities: Tr.uk 2, \; Science 

Seminar 2. 



JOSEPH Gil I Is 

59 Adler Street 

Collegt II 

"His good nature is without 

equal." 

"How about that ? s.us Joe 

to his friends Dave anel John 

as he bow Is a strike . . . 

enjoys eating pi//a and lis- 

tening to the radio in Ins 

spare time . . plans for the 

future include a hitch in the 

Marines 



I WIRICIA GLOVASKY 
si Exchange Street 

Clt d 7 ) ' 

"An overflott 

Democracy, stuffed animals. 

and Miss Warren are among 

the long list of Pat's' likes 

Coming from North Junior 

High and Si Man S, Pal Can 

be seen with friends Margie 

and M(X al W.H.S IKr fu- 
ture plans ineluele a u'b as an 
office worker Good luck. Pat! 
Pep Squad :. v Bowl- 
ing 2. >, i. Archer 



\ GN1 RR1 
l"*: College Farm Road 
// 

. 
Bright eyed Su< loves Ital- 
ian lood dancing and 
listening to records ate her 
favorite pastil es 
member ot he i \outh organi- 
zation enjoys English and 
democracy classes can be 
heard s.n ing You'll get a 

good slap to frien Is I 

anel Marj plans to attend 

( handler's ne \t \e.u 

• 

■ ■m Committei 

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Passing from the old wing to the new, students use the 
tunnel. 



RUTH GOLDMAN 
1 50 Marguerite Avenue 
College I 

"She adds a chartn to every- 
thing." 

Pretty "Ruthie" enjoys the 
rotating schedule and Mrs. 
Pattersen's democracy class. 
With Karin and Elaine she 
also enjoys bowling, cooking, 
and attending Rainbow meet- 
ings. After graduation "Ru- 
thie" hopes to attend Sargent 
College and major in physical 
therapy. 

Activities: Mirror Literary Staff 
4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
French Club 3, 4; German Club 
3, 4; F.T.A. 4. 



ROBERT GOLDSTEIN 

167 Longfellow Road 
Honors 

"Much wisdom goes with few- 
est words." 

Good old "Oz" enjoys trig 
and solid classes and saying 
"Oh Ya" . . . participates in 
U.S.Y. . . . pals around with 
Bob and Jim ... is an avid 
stamp collector . . . plans to 
attend college after W.H.S. 
Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, 
Executive Committee 4; Home- 
room Representative 4; Senior 
Play 4; Kingsbury Essay Winner 
3; Rifle Club 2, 3; Talent Show 
Committee 4. 




STEPHEN GOODMAN 
17 Lyman Terrace 
Honors 

"The spirit of his aspirations 
will carry him onward." 
Likable Steve, with his friends 
Leif and Joe, enjoys math" 
classes best of all at W.H.S. 
When he's not doing physics, 
Steve enjoys bowling. After 
graduation Steve plans to go 
to college, where we know 
he'll be a success. 

Activities: Mirror Literary Staff 4; 
Mirror Business Staff 4; Science 
Seminar 2, 3; Math Club 2, 3, 4; 
Chess Club 3, 4. 



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DIANNE GORGONE 
62 Bruce Road 
Stenographic 

"She smiled, and the shadows 
departed." 

If our football team couldn't 
get really going, it was no 
fault of our Pep Squad captain 
Dianne . . . enjoys driving 
the family car and going to 
the movies with Paula and 
Norma . . . considers history 
classes tops. As secretary of 
her C.Y.O. she gains valuable 
experience for her future oc- 
cupation. 

Activities: Mirror Clerical Staff 4; 
Homeroom Representathe 2: Red 
Cross Representative 2, 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
Nurse's Staff 3. 



WILLIAM GORMAN 
14 Winthrop Street 
Vocational 

"Be sure you're right, then go 
ahead." 

"Willy" welcomed the new 
privileges that came with 
high school life . . . starts 
nearly every sentence with an 
emphatic "All of a sudden," 
but sometimes finishes with a 
forlorn "Forget it!" Bill and 
Demetrious assure us that 
after graduation Willy will 
make his line of concentra- 
tion job hunting and be a 
successful man-of-the-world. 
Activities: Student Government Ex- 
change 3. 



PAUL GRANCHELLI 
8 Temple Road 
Honors 

"The essential thing for hap- 
piness is friendship." 
Physics is the favorite subject 
of this future engineer. 
"Granch" also enjoys algebra 
and fried clams with friends 
Ted and Tony. When not 
working on his stamp collec- 
tion, Paul can be seen at 
C.Y.O. or Explorer meetings. 
Best of luck in the future. 
Activities: National Honor Society 

3, 4; Track 2, 3; Chess Club 3. 

4, Vice-President 4; Math Club 
4; Explorers Club 4. 




VIVIAN GRASSER 

23 Benefit Street 

College I 

"Silence is often sweeter than 

speech." 

Likable Vivian can be found 

laughing and eating steak with 

Jerri and Linda . . . loves 

physics lab classes at W.H.S. 

. . . plans to attend college 

but is content teaching Sunday 

School for the present. 



PETER GRACEFFA 
35 Parmenter Road 
Vocational 

"To know how to laugh is to 
know how to reign." 
This future draftsman loves 
his nights out with "the boys" 
. . . also enjoys sports. When 
not riding around with Dick 
and John. Pete's probably per- 
fecting his favorite pool shots. 
With a personality plus, this 
glad graduate is sure to suc- 
ceed. 

Activities: Football 2. 3. 4; Bas- 
ketball 3: Track 3; Crimson Kev 
4. 




RICHARD GRENIER 
256 Lake Street 

Accounting 

"Self-confidence is the first 
secret of success." 
"Man is not defeated until he 
thinks he is," philosophizes 
"Dick." Music, foreign corres- 
pondence, and bookkeeping 
are to his way of thinking. 
Dick, usually seen with Ed or 
Marty, also especially likes 
the friendly students at WHS. 
Undefeated, he will proceed 
with "vigah" to Bentley and 
a career as a C.P.A. 

Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3. 
I; Mirror Subscription Staff 2,' 3. 



CHARLES GRINDROD 
73 Wadworth Avenue 
Vocational 

"So carefree and- debonair." 
Just can't resist getting into 
a pool game . . . sure wishes 
he could have played basket- 
ball in his senior year . . . 
when somebody mentions 
Chinese food, Skip thinks he. 
Kenny, and Dick should 
"check it out" . . . this senior 
hopes to join the Navy, Good 
luck' 

.1(7;//.;, Baseball 2. J; Basket' 
ball 2, Jj Maroon Squad I; Talent 
Show I. 



JOHN GRACEFFA 

35 Parmenter Road 
Vocational 

"Towering genius disdains .? 
beaten path." 

As founder of the Skin-Diving 
Club. Tohn tells people who 
don't like the sport to "bug- 
off" . . . never shirks respon- 
sibilities, as those on the Mir- 
ror well know. Pete and Bill 
don't know whether being a 
draftsman in the navy or a 
skin diver will put John on 
the top. or should we say the 
bottom. 

Activities: Skin Divine Club 4. 
President 4: Mirror Editor 4: Cafe- 
teria Squad 4; Crimson Kev 4; 
Senior Gift Committee 4; Safety 
Council 4. 



CLAIRE GREAVES 
34 Aberdeen Avenue 
College I 

"Bless'd it is to be alite." 
Let's drop in on this sewing 
bee. There's Judy, Sandy, and 
"for pete's sake!", Claire! 
This miss says if there's any- 
thing better than one plate 
full of spaghetti, it's two. 
The rotating schedule made 
everything a lot more fun and 
interesting. Claire tells us. A 
teaching career gleams in the 
future for this senior. 
Activities: Library Council 4: Tal- 
ent Show 4: Senior Plav Com- 
mittee 4: F.T.A. 3. 4: ' French 
Club 3. 4; Pep Squad 2 J. 




Talents .ire developed m many fields. 



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ROBERT GRINNELL 
504 Waltham Street 
Lexington 
Vocational 

"A joke to cure the blues." 
Bob's favorite subject is trig- 
onometry. His answer to a 
question concerning his likes 
and dislikes is, "You know 
what!*' He enjoys subs and 
working on cars and in the fu- 
ture plans to further his educa- 
tion at college. 

Activities: Vocational Views 4: 
Red Cross Representative -i. 



STEVEN GRUBER 
136 Farnum Road 
College I 

"An ounce of mirth is worth 
a pound of sorrow." 
Funny "Grubie" is always 
making with the jokes. Cars, 
sports, and pizza are favorites 
of this Connie Mack Leaguer. 
Study periods with Mr. 
O'Brien and English with Miss 
Devane rate top with this 
college-bound senior. 
Activities: Baseball Team 2. 4; 
French Club Play 2; Talent Show 
4; Senior Prom Committee 4. 



BONNIE HAMILTON 

35 Hamblin Road 

Clerk Typist 

"Her smile showed her beau- 

ty." 

An alumna of South Junior 
High, this perky senior enjoys 
typing class with Ann and 
Barbara. Bonnie always looks 
forward to activity period and 
work on the senior prom 
committee. Bentley School 
holds the key to her future 
after graduation. 



DONALD HAMILTON 
10 Lexington Terrace 
College II 

"The manner of giving is 
worth more than the gift." 
"Don" is a former North 
Juniorite . . . enjoys working 
on cars and bowling with 
friends Pat and "Deede" . . . 
Among his favorite foods are 
onion rings, and lemon me- 
ringue pie . . . future plans 
for this good-natured senior 
include diesel school. 



DIANE GRUETER 
51 Madison Road 
College II 

"Each day her kindness seems 
to grow." 

Mr. Lynch's trigonometry 
classes help keep Diane's 
mind occupied during the day. 
After school she enjoys bas- 
ketball with Dianne and Nancy 
and her activities in St. Jude's 
C.Y.O. Diane, who hails from 
Rosary Academy, is looking 
forward to a career in elemen- 
tary teaching. 

Activities: 210 Staff 4; Mirror 
Business Staff 4; Mirror Home- 
room Representative 4; Future 
Teachers of America 3, 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Pep Squad 3, 4. 



HAROLD GUSTAFSON 
79 Fiske Street 
College II 

"A comrade neither dull nor 
glum." 

"Gus," as he is known to 
Arthur and Bob, likes "gym 
and algebra best at W.H.S. 
A husky football player, Gus 
keeps in condition by work- 
ing out at the Boys' Club and 
eating Swedish meat balls. 
After graduation Gus hopes to 
major in business administra- 
tion at Northeastern. 
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4. 





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GAIL HAMILTON 
348 Crescent Street 
Cle<-k Typist 

"She charmed the street be- 
neath her feet." 

"Hi, kid," is the call of this 
young miss, known by her 
friends most appropriately as 
Gale Storm. Typing is Gail's 
favorite subject, and she has 
hopes of doing office work 
after graduation. Going out 
with the kids, Phil, Charlene, 
and Dickie, is a great pastime 
with our future secretary. Keep 
tapping those keys, Gail; you 
could stir up quite a storm! 



JUDITH HAMMOND 
118 Virginia Road 
College I 

"The sweetest face ever seen." 
Bright blue eyes and rosy 
cheeks characterize this cheer- 
ful senior. Along with play- 
ing the piano and knitting, 
"Judy" is vice-president of the 
French club and a member 
of Rainbow and her church 
fellowship. In school she en- 
joys her French class with 
Sandy and Sue. Judy hopes to 
teach after college. 
Activities: French Club 3, -i, Vice- 
President -i; F.T.A. 3. -i; German 
Club 3; Latin Club 2; Pep Squad 
2. 3. 




alive for the student of historv. 



KARIN HANDEL 

44 Summer Street 

College 1 

"She possesses the gifts of 

laughter and wit." 

Karin, an active member of 

scouts and her youth group, 

undertakes many ventures in 

and around W.H.S. In her 

spare time this friendly senior 

enjoys bowling, dancing, and 

preparing exotic foods. Her 

friends Harriet and Ruth will 

tell you that her future goal is 

to become a teacher. 

Activities: F.T.A. 3, -i; French 

Club 3. -i; German Club 3. 4; 

Senior Play 2, 3. 



PATRICIA HANLEY 
37 Cedarwood Avenue 
Hoi: 

"Gentle of speech, beneficent 
of mind." 

Blonde "Pat" comes to W.H.S. 
from North Junior High. A 
lover of math, Pat plans an 
exciting career in mathematics 
after college. Her close friends 
Sandy and Madeline usually 
accompany Pat while she is 
enjoying her favorite Chinese 
food. 

Actiuties: Math Club 3. 4, Cor- 
respondence Secretary r. 
Business Staff -i; Math Team 4; 
Science Seminar J. 




BERTEL HA\sl \ 

52 Rumford Avenue 

College II 

"Of ancient race by birth, jet 

nobler in hit nun worth." 

"Junior" would like to liven 
his favorite trigonometry «. lass 
with'a few beats on his drums. 
Lunch periods are fine just 
the way they arc though, espe- 
cially when roast beef is being 
Served. Bert plans to interrupt 
his education with a year of 
work and then go to college. 
Footbi I ilent 

Sho« 2. \, i. Junioi Prom Com- 
mittee \\ Maroon Squid 
Red Cross Representative 2; Senior 
Prom Committee i. 



JAMES HARRINGTON 

•crlinu Road 
Colli 
"Sm\. 

German ire f.n 

of this college-bound senior. 

Blond-haired "Jim" can usual- 
ly be found working on cars 
if he isn't playing the trom- 
bone or bow ling Good luck 
in the future! 
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PHILIP HARRIS 
35 Hardy Pond Road 
College II 

"Industry is its own reward." 
The kids at W.H.S., especially 
Butch and Rickie, rate high 
with "Phil" . . . likes cars, 
girls, and history classes . . . 
plans to go into the service 
after graduation. Good luck, 
"Phil!" 



JAY HATCH 

14 Cedar Hill Lane 
College II 

"By the work one knows the 
workman." 

"C'est dommage!" says 
"Scott," who comes to us from 
Saugus High. Golfing and the 
Cabot Club keep this future 
college student busy. Elon and 
Ed will tell you he enjoys 
trigonometry classes and steak 
best of all. 

Activities: Golf 3, 4; Football 2; 
Basketball 2, 4; Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 2; Talent Show 4; Mir- 
ror Business Staff 4. 




The unforgettable lunch 




JAMES HAYES 
84 Cedar Street 
College II 

"His time is forever, every- 
where his place." 
"Hello," says smiling Jim, 
who comes to us via St. 
Charles and South Junior. This 
sports enthusiast, who is often 
seen at the Boys' Club with 
Jim and Dave, eats steak to 
keep in shape. Naturally gym 
is Jim's favorite subject at 
W.H.S. He's another member 
of Bentley's freshman class 
next fall. 

Activities: Football 4; Baseball 2, 
4; Talent Show 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3. 

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NORMAN HEBERT 
204 Charles Street 
Vocational 

"Give the world the best you 
have, and the best will come 
back to you." 

When you see a car go racing 
by and hear a loud "Who 
man!", you'll know that it's 
the "Frog." Norman is an- 
other of the avid lunch-eaters 
at Waltham as well as a dis- 
ciple of shop and theory. Fu- 
ture plans include his becom- 
ing a mechanic. 

Activities: Senior Gift Committee 
4. 



JANE HENNINGS 

82 Marianne Road 
Honors 

"Innocence is the most effec- 
tive coquetry." 

Smiling "Janie" loves cheering 
at football and hockey games 
with Carole and Sue ... is 
kept busy as co-editor-in-chief 
of the newspaper. Dancing and 
swimming take up much of 
this pretty college-bound 
senior's spare time, but she 
still manages to be active at 
the Boys' Club and in Rain- 
bow, Best of luck, Jane. 
Activities: Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 
4, Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; Hockey 
Cheerleader 3, 4; Talent Show 
2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Latin 
Club 2 ; Homeroom Representative 
2. 



MARTHA HERLIHY 

279 Ash Street 

Stenographic 

"A shy sweet girl." 

"Oh! brother, I burned 



my 



favorite food, spaghetti," 
moans cooking enthusiast 
Martha to friends Janet and 
Evelyn. This former South 
Juniorite is bound to do well 
in secretarial work, which she 
has chosen for her future, since 
her favorite subject at W.H.S. 
is shorthand. 




)f the year is "wimpies. 




CYNTHIA HIGXITE 
72 Miriam Road 
College I 

"She who can win new friends 
has found the key to success." 
Have you noticed that little 
ball of fire coming down the 
hall? Look twice; it's Cynthia! 
A bright smile is always no- 
ticeable when Cynthia's doing 
math. Ann and Kathy are cer- 
tain this little girl is going 
big places at college. As pres- 
ident of her church fellow- 
ship, this southern belle is 
kept busy when she's not at 
school. 

Activities: Minor Business Editor 
-!; National Honor Society J, -t . 
Main Office Staff 3. 4; Kings- 
bury Temperance Ess.iv Winner 
5; French Club 5. i; Mirroi 
Representative 3. 



RICHARD HILL 

29 Dartmouth Street 
College II 

"Bute nun art hr.it e from 
the very first." 

Irish Stew! Now, "how about 
that?'' is Richard's cry. John 
and Bernie reveal that he is 
also a lover of that great 
Italian food, pizza. For a 
hobby Rich collects records. 
You name it. and he has it! 
Solid geometry classes are great 
fun, says this service-bound 
senior. How about that! 




ROBERT HINDLh 
25 Grant Street 
College II 

"Character is the result of the 
way u t spend our time." 
Bob's friendly smile brightens 
the halls at good ole WHS. 
He has a most unusual hobby, 
that of climbing stairs. VC'e 
really doubt if friends Dave 
and Bruce share his enthusiasm 
for this interest, but, no doubt, 
they enjoy lunch periods and 
his other various interests. It's 
on to college for Bob. 
Activities Latin Club 2: French 
Club 3; Dramatics Club 3; Swim- 
ming Club 2; Talent Show Com- 
mittee A. 



ERNEST HOAGLAND 

56 dishing Street 

Voc.ttion.il 

"Life is a long lesson in 

humility." 

Skip'' confesses it's the serv- 
ice for him after graduation. 
"Little Hoggie" just loves 
hunting and working on cars. 
Marion and Ed tell us Skip 
enjoys fried chicken. You 
don't have to guess who's 
around when vou hear, "I 
didn't do it!" It's Skip' 



ROBERT HOHMAW 
50 Chesterbrook Road 

. / 
"Wit. now .ind thin. Utuck 
smartly, shou i ./ spt 
"Oh, boy, am I disgruntled' 
Says Bob, "straight edge" in 
hand . . . finds trig classes 
are great ... an outdoors 
man who enjoys hunting .in.! 
fishing . . . likes licorice root 
. . . his jovial personality will 
take him far in colli 
Activities: Riilc Club 2; French 
Club s; Homeroom Representative 
•1. 



DAVID HOI I 
88 Clark Lane 

"On, 

all." 
A very active member oi our 
class, Dave spends much of his 
time running with Bob and 
Dick. Physics and advanced 
math rate high w ith our ( 
country captain. He hop 
enter engineering college ni\t 
fall, 

man Club 2 
Band 

< ommittu 





JEANNE HORNE 
9 Walnut Street 
Clerk Typist 

"A quiet friend is best of all." 
South Junior's loss was our 
gain . . . Jeanne enjoys pass- 
ing to class via the school yard 
in good weather . . . likes 
law classes best and plans 
to work in the civil service 
. . . among her many friends 
are Evie and Lorraine. Good 
luck to you, Jeanne! 
Activities: Youth Council 4; Stu- 
dent Council 2; Girls' Sports 3; 
Pep Squad 2. 



"Attention please: I will now read the daily notices. 



BARBARA HUNTER 
27 Crestview Road 
College II 

"Her laugh is pure sunshine." 
"You're kidding!" completes 
the conversation of the "three 
musketeers," Sibby, June, and 
Barbara. No matter what the 
menu is lobster floats de- 
liriously in the back of her 
mind. Barbara loves bowling 
and attending her church youth 
group. She hopes to become 
a department store buyer. 
Happy hunting, Barb ! 
Activities: Library Council 4. 
Executive Board 4; Pep Squad 
3; French Club 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Talent Show 4. 




CAROL HYDER 

64 Stone Road 
College I 

"All succeeds with people who 
are sweet and cheerful." 
Perky Carol hails from South 
Junior High. Her dark eyes 
sparkle at the mention of p.j. 
parties and C.Y.O. with "Moe" 
and Cathy. After graduation 
it's off to college and a career 
in nursing for this girl who 
loves democracy classes and 
the new wing at W.H.S. 
Activities: Latin Club 2: 



Squad 2, 
4: F.T.A. 



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4; French Club 
Talent Show 4. 



Pep 

3, 



JOANNE ISAACSON 
10 Laurel Avenue 
College I 

"The best part of beauty is 
that which a picture cannot 
express." 

Blonde, blue-eyed "Jo" likes 
German best at W.H.S. 
"Bomb scares" were always 
fun too, agree Nonie and Lor- 
rie. Jo likes skiing and living 
in New Hampshire when she's 
not at W.H.S. "You're a nut 
and a half!" is the usual ex- 
pression of this future college 
"Fraulein." 

Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4; 
Pep Squad 2. 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Senior Play Com- 
mittee 4; French Club 3, 4. 



PAUL JANNONI 
16 Pheasant Road 

Vocational 

"Fortune, talent, wisdom; he 
has everything." 
Gary and Ed tell us "P.J." 
goes wild over auto races and 
hot pastrami . . . shows an 
interest in Cronin's at closing 
time. Future holds a career 
as an auto mechanic. Best of 
luck, Paul! 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Ma- 
roon Squad 4; Track Team 2; 
Talent Show 3. 



NANCY JAQLTTH 
48 Barbara Road 
Honors 

"In her tongue is the law of 
kindness." 

"This is ridiculous!" is what 
you might hear if you were 
to pass Nancy in the corridor. 
Her bright blue eyes sparkle 
at the thought of singing 
in the church choir . . . really 
enjoys Mr. Eames' biology 
classes . . . likes to eat boiled 
lobster and steamed clams with 
Diane and Linda. In the future 
Nancy hopes to attend the 
University of New Hampshire. 
Activities: Talent Show 2, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 3; Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 3; German Club 2, 3. 




SYLVIA JOHAXSEN 
16 Huntington Street 
College II 

"Diligence beckons success." 
"Back in '34," says "Sibby." 
Friends Linda and Barbara 
know how she likes fire drills 
at W.H.S. and algebra II 
with Mr. Reynolds. A nursing 
career and travel are Sibby's 
high hopes for the future. 
Activities: French Club J; Junior 
Prom Decorating Committee 3; 
Pep Squad 2, 3; Talent Show 3. 



DONNA JOHNSON 
32 Bigelow Road 
College I 

"Her ways are of pleasant- 
ness." 

Sparkle-eyed Donna has a 
wide range of interests with 
cooking, swimming, and ski- 
ing at the top. She is secretary 
of the B.V.F. and a member 
of the Pie-teens. Kathy and 
Melody are among her many 
friends. Teaching is the goal 
of this German enthusiast. 
Activities: French Club 3, 4; 
F.T.A. A\ German Club 3, 4; 
Library Council 3. 4; Latin Club 
2; Red Cross Representative 3. 




JOHN JOYCE 

104 Vernon Street 
College 11 

"Perseverance is the key to 
success." 

"You want to bet?" says this 
ex-South Juniorite to Bill, 
Dick, and Ray. "Jack" likes 
math best .it W H.S., especial- 
ly Mr. Lynch's trig classes. 
He also enjoys lobster and 
pizza and in his spare time 
attends the Boys' Club. His 
future plans include .1 Career 
.is a stc.imfitter. 
Activities: Baseball Team 2. I. 



PALL JULIEN 

24 Coolidge Avenue 
Honoi f 

"// ./ man implies his purse 
into his head. 00 one can take 
it from him." 

When honors means the Na- 
tional Merit Scholarship Semi- 
finalist of WHS. and win- 
ning numerous math awards, 
it can only be Paul. With Art 
and Steve he finds time to at- 
tend track meets and German 
Club meetings in addition to 
his church fellowship work. 
Paul's friendliness and sense 
of humor assure him success. 
Activitiis: Math Club 3. 4, Pres- 
ident 3, 4; German Club 
Vice-President 4; Track 2. 3. Na 
tional Honor Society 3. ■!; Science 
Team 3. •. Captain j, 
Club 3, Secretary 3. 



MELODY JOHNSON 
410 Lexington Street 
Honors 

"Her heart is like a singing 
bird." 

"Zut!" is the exclamation of 
our talented "Mel," especially 
when she's been successful at 
tiddly winks. This Chinese 
food gourmet also enjoys the 
clarinet, painting, and folk 
music. Despite her busy sched- 
ule, Melody still finds time 
for the L.R.Y., for work on 
the bloodmobile, and service 
as a librarian at her church. 
After graduation Melody 
would like to major in psy- 
chology in college. 
Activities: Newspaper Staff 3, 4, 
Co-Editor of Kaleidoscope 4; Latin 
Club 2, 3, Executive Board Dele- 
gate 3; French Club 3, 4. Exec- 
utive Board 4; Russian Club 4; 
Band 2. 3. 



RICHARD JOSEPHSON 

27 Ash Street 
Honors 

"A friend to the human race." 
"Dick," a future teacher, likes 
the friendly atmosphere best 
at W.H.S. This former South 
Junior High student rates 
Mrs. Keenan's Latin class as 
an A + . His friends Bert and 
Normie inform us that "Dick" 
loves spaghetti with cheese. 
Good luck, "Dick!'' 
Activities: Latin Club 2. 3. 4; 
Student Council 2; Talent Show 
Committee i; National Hon 
ciety 3, 4. 




The senior cist gives I memorable performance in their 
play. "The Haunted High School." 



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DONALD KAPLAN 

42 Caughey Street 
Vocation.il 

"There is but one lirtue — 
the eternal sacrifice of self." 
If you walk into "Kappy's" 
cellar, you'll be sure to see 
barbells staring you right in 
the face, for Don is interested 
in body building. When he 
runs into the house after 
school, he yells. "What's for 
supper. Mom?" Evidently the 
printing instructors cause him 
to work up quite an appetite! 
Future plans are for college or 
the Coast Guard. 
Actiiilies: Football 2, 3. -i: Track 

2, 3. 4; Audio-Visual Staff 2, 

3. -) : Junior Prom Committee 3. 



generous is the 



DAVID KAUFMAN 
66 Exchange Street 
Vocational 
"The truly 
truly wise." 

"Come on." urges Dave when 
Tim and Paul don't "dash" 
to the bowling alley . . . hopes 
to get a good job in a body 
shop . . . wishes W.H.S. 
would serve hamburgers for 
lunch more often . . . loves 
math and shop classes. 
Activities: Football 3; Red Cross 
Representative 3; Safetv Committee 
3, 4. 




ELAINE KENDALL 
73 Albemarle Road 
College II 

"Nothing is rarer than real 
goodness." 

Pizza. french fries, and 
WHS. lunch periods fasci- 
nate likable Elaine, but eat- 
ing isn't all she does. This 
friendly senior can be seen 
in Rainbow, at her church 
fellowship, or bowling with 
Charlene and Kathy. Miss 
Tahaney's typing classes also 
rate hitih on her list of inter- 
ests, and a future at Katharine 
Gibbs Secretarial School can be 
seen for Elaine. 
Ac tit /lies: Library Council 4; Tal- 
ent Show 3, 4; French Club 3; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Mirror 
Advertising Staff -i; Pep Squad 2. 

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BRUCE KENNEDY 

104 Farnum Road 

College II 

"He rotes the paths of bliss." 

Bruce hopes to continue his 

schooling after graduation . . . 

likes biology best at W.H.S. 

. . . outside of school, water 

skiing comes first on his list. 

Two of his close friends are 

Bob and John. 

Actiiilies: French Club 4; Talent 

Show 4; Latin Club 2; Red Cross 

Representative 4. 



PAUL KEELER 

38 Brookline Road 
College II 

"He found fun in life." 
When he isn't working on 
cars with Ed and Bill. Paul 
can be found in geometry 
class ... or in his way to 
a DeMolay meetings. This 
math-loving senior is headed 
toward college. Best of luck 

in the future. 

Activities: Crimson Key 2, 3; Rifle 
Club 2; Hockev 2: Audio-Visual 
Staff 2, 3. 



JUDE KEENAN 
180 Hammond Street 
Vocational 

"To do easily what is diffi- 
cult is the mark of talent." 
Happy-go-lucky "Von Krash" 
likes to produce a cool beat 
on his bongo drums . . . 
also can be found competing 
on the swimming team for 
the glory of W.H.S. After 
graduation Jude plans to enter 
the Special Forces and then 
go on to college. 
Activities: Swimming Team 2. 3; 
Visual Aids Staff 2, 3. 




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Here boys are molded into the 




JOHN KENNEDY 

Middle Street 
Vocational 

"He was born not for himself 
but for the whole world." 
"Nixon," as everybody calls 
him, says very often, "Be 
original." Mr. Olding rates a 
place in his fond memories of 
Waltham along with English 
and mechanics classes. Plans 
for the future are headed by 
a term in the service. 



KATHLEEN KILCULLEN 
55 Crescent Street 
College 1 

"Her voice is the voice of an 
angel." 

Kathy is a well-liked, active 
senior who is a devoted 
worker on our newspaper col- 
umn and choral director of 
the talent show ... is active 
in her church fellowship. Her 
plans for the future include a 
language teaching career after 
college. 

Activities: F.T.A. 3. 4; Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4, Choral Director 3, 
4; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Kings- 
bury Temperance Fund Winner 3; 
French Club 3, 4. 



STEPHEN KILGORE 
18 Chesterbrook Road 
College 11 . 
"His banner is truth." 
"Take one," says future pro- 
ducer Stephen. This busy sen- 
ior spends his time with pals 
Joe and Dan discussing dra- 
matics. Outside of school 
Stephen is president of L.R.Y. 
and is with the Hovey Players. 
English literature rates tops 
with Steve. Best of luck to a 
future producer! 
Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2. 
3, 4, President; Tape Recording 
Club 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3. 



ALLEN KING 
588 Lexington Street 
College II 

"The wisdom of liberality con- 
sists in giving with judg- 
ment." 

Coming to WHS. from Lex- 
ington Street Junior High. 
"Al" has continued his in- 
terest in guns as a member 
of the rifle team. History 
hits a bull's-eye for this sen- 
ior who spends the rest of his 
spare time scuba diving. Col- 
lege is a future target. 
Activities: Rifle Team 2. 3. 4; 
Rifle Club 2. J. i; Weather Club 





IMAM KIXGSI IV 
164 Florence Road 
Clerk Typist 
"She who can win new ft 

found the key to life." 
Diane watts fox her math t I.i-hs 
every day . faithful com- 
panions include Cherie and 
Donna ... is preparing tor 
a career m office work . . . 
enjoys the food .it \v II S best 
of all. Good luck in the fu- 
ture, Di.iru ' 



billed craftsmen of the future. 



JOS1 I'H KIKI 1 V 
Riverside Drive 

ColL 

to be ..■••• 
Popular ]ot:. president oi our 
Student Council and mem- 
ber of our senior plaj 
will always be remembered foe 

his witty campaign si.cns and 
friendly personality At 
W H S he tmds math his 
favorite sub who is 

far from "I"). 

M an kviatOI after grad- 
uating from Northeastern, 
Actix 

lent I; Rillc Club :. Sen- 

lor PI , 



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WILLIAM KRESSER 
45 Sterling Road 
Accounting 

"He that thinks can be wise." 
Food-lover Bill is a football 
enthusiast . . . likes gym classes 
most at W.H.S. . . . democ- 
racy rates high too ... is a 
member of DeMolay . . . 
"Republicans yes, Democrats 
no." The Coast Guard and 
then the State Police lie ahead. 
Activities: Football Manager 2, 3, 
4. 



NORMA KRUSE 
15 Chamberlain Terrace 
Stenographic 

"Heaven in sunshine will re- 
quite the kind." 
Pretty Norma finds working 
on Mr. Husson's staff perfect 
preparation for becoming a 
court stenographer. When she 
is not practicing her shorthand 
with Roseann, "Jo," and "Di," 
this active senior can be found 
at Luther League. 
Activities: Mr. Husson's Staff 3, 
4; Mirror Clerical Staff 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Open House, Class Day, and 
Graduation Usher 3. 




Here fluency in a modern 




ROBERT KULIN 
1 19 Sheffield Road 
Technical 

"But there is something of 
the sea about him." 
Vacation time means sailing 
and swimming for athletic 
Bob, whose future plans in- 
clude college . . . advanced 
math rates tops with Bob when 
he isn't at meetings of the 
Waltham Chapter of the 
U.S.Y. 

Activities: Youth Council 4; 
Technical Seminar 2. 3, 4; Senior 
Play Committee 4; Student Council 
Representative 4; German Club 
3; Crimson Key 4. 



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SUSAN LALLY 
75 Warwick Avenue 
College II 

"Nothing great was ever 
achieved without enthusiasm." 
This peppy cheerleader will 
never forget Miss Eaton's 
French classes at W.H.S. Sue, 
who is college bound after 
graduation, is usually "spas- 
tic" when Sandi and Nanci 
are around. Good luck, Sue! 
Activities: Hockey Cheerleader 4; 
Talent Show 2, 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Pep Squad 2, 3; Red 
Cross Representative 2. 



BETTY JEAN LANDRY 
217 Felton Street 
College II 

"The human heart opens to 
the heart that opens." 
Mention anything about world 
affairs and you're bound to 
find yourself in a heated dis- 
course with friendly blue-eyed 
"B.J." When not debating 
current events, she attends 
M.Y.F. and Waltham Youth 
Council meetings with Carol 
and Maureen. Everything 
about W.H.S., especially Mr. 
"B's" French classes, delights 
this amiable miss. 
Activities: Youth Council 4; Girls' 
Sports 2, 3, 4; Mirror Homeroom 
Representative 4; French Club 3, 
4: Talent Show 4. 




RICHARD LANG 
73 Winter Street 
College I 

"The sparkle of his dark eyes." 
English classes and the teach- 
ers at W.H.S. please "Dick" 
most. Cars and sports are 
among his special interests. Al 
and Bob tell you he is hap- 
piest when eating fried clams. 
This Lexington Street Junior 
High alumnus plans to attend 
a liberal arts college. 
Activities: Cross Country 2, 3, 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 2. 




language is the aim. 




PATRICIA LA ROSEE 
20 Gilman Road 
Stenographic 

"A merry heart //.. cheer- 

ful countenance." 

Cute Pat shouts, "wait for 
me!" to her friends Kathie, 
Phyllis, and Mary. This pop- 
ular senior is junior college 
bound with an eye towards a 
career in retailing. Pat spends 
her spare time learning to 
drive and studying English, 
her favorite subject. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2. J, -f; 
Library Council }; Maroon Squad 
4; Senior Play -4: Talent Show 
2. ?>. a; Class Day Usher J; 
Graduation Usher 3. 



ROSEMARIE I.ARRABEE 

67 Indian Road 

Collegi II 

"She dwells with sincerity." 

"Rosie" loves Miss Tahaney's 
typing class '. . . can be heard 
saying. "You'd better believe 
it" to Elaine and Charlene 
. . . plans to go to hairdressing 

school. 

Activities: French Club J; Talent 

Show }; Pep Squad J. 




I.EIF LARSON 
11 Lyman Terrace 
Collegi I 

"Prom much cue he would 
be free." 

"Mad" looks are this senior's 
claim to fame . . . hangs pos- 
ters throughout the school at 
election time . . . can't figure 
out where to hide his new 
motorcycle . . . talented Leif 
hopes to attend college and 
majoi in art. 

Activith r." Student Council 4; 
Rifle Club 2; Catetcria Squad 1. 



JUNE LAI'RIE 
267 Dale Street 
Clerk Typist 

"She's fairer than the flower- 
ing nttjdows in May." 
June dreams of being a sec- 
retary, but the dreams come 
m cinemascope when she 
thinks of Dr. Hen ( asey . . . 
vows acti\ ities periods are the 

best invention since- the- wheel 
. . . manages to find time for 
swimming and dancing be- 
tween gab-fests with Gail and 
Donna. 



GARDEN LE BLANC 
2 Brookway Court 
College 11 

"Character is the real founda- 
tion of worthwhile tuccess." 
When the bomb-scare bell 
Sounds, ( arden is the first one 
to be outside. However, he 
doesn't run out when some- 
one suggests Chinese food. 
Carden likes skiing, and as 
he heads for a tree, you'll 
probabl) hear hun say, "Who 

Cares?" After graduation it's 
on to college lor (arden. 



I RANK I 1 HI W( 

South Street 
1 •.-.;/ 

. '.-) arms art <■'< vg a< 
iuui bant 
"Let's : j.o'. Maybe we can get 

in a little hunting or fishing." 
is the- call of Frank as he 
beikons to his friends 

and Hob. Frank to us 

from Canada. Such hei 
gives way to his nickname, 
I nchy!" 



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3oKi\jor\ 



Swimming is both a requirement . . . 



MICHAEL LE BLANC 

72 Exchange Street 
Vocational 

"Patience is the greatest 
power." 

If not tinkering in the ma- 
chine shop, Mike is probably 
studying the world's problems 
in history class. Whenever the 
lunch bell rings, the thoughts 
of a sizzling steak run through 
this senior's mind. Paul and 
Ron foresee a sign bearing 
the words "LeBlanc's Ma- 
chine Shop." Best of luck, 
Mike. 




SUSAN LE BLANC 
73 Brown Street 
College I 

"As merry as the day is long." 
Vivacious Susan is a shining 
present from South Junior. 
History really rates for "Sue," 
but everything about W.H.S. 
fascinates her. Somewhere 
among the Waltham Youth 
Council, C.Y.O., and cheer- 
leading this senior finds time 
for school and, of course, eat- 
ing Chinese food. A rosy fu- 
ture in college is predicted for 

Sue. 

Activities: Cheerleader 4; News- 
paper 3, 4; Mirror Literary Staff 
4; Pep Squad 2, 3; French Club 
3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4. 




CHARLENE LE FORT 
156 Dale Street 
College II 

"If only one could always be 
content." 

Somewhere over the rainbow 
a career as a secretary awaits 
this happy-go-lucky senior. 
Charl loves to go bowling with 
Elaine and Ernie; and if there's 
a strike on hand, the cry of 
"Oh, my gosh!" fills the alley. 
Best of luck at secretarial 
school. Charl. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Home- 
room Representative i; Minor 
Advertising Staff 4; Library Coun- 
cil 4, Co-Treasurer i; French Club 
3; Talent Show 3. 

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HERMINE LE FORT 

426 Moody Street 

Clerk Typist 

" IT oic precious are little 

things." 

This future secretary comes 

to us from St. Charles High 

... is unable to stop smiling 

when bowling or dancing . . . 

when friends Phyllis or Ann 

mention English, she quickly 

quips, "Say it again!" . . . 

wouldn't you. know that this 

Canadian girl loves French 

fries! 

Activities: Junior Prom Committee 

2; Cafeteria Squad 2. 



JOHN LEGER 
64 School Street 
Accounting 

"There's no substitute for hard 
work." 

"How about that?" says this 
sports-minded senior from 
New Brunswick, Canada . . . 
cuts the ice with John and 
Silvia on the way to law classes 
. . . sports activities, hockey 
in particular, are John's fa- 
vorites at W.H.S. . . . future 
plans include college next fall. 
Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4, Cap- 
tain 4. 



MARY LEONARD 
55 Charles Street 
Accounting 

"From her head to her feet she 
is all mirth." 

Pretty Mary finds life at 
W.H.S. a whirl of activities 
as she races to Student Coun- 
cil meetings and Mirror work. 
Democracy class rates an "A," 
as does her work on the Youth 
Council. Jeanne and Linda 
agree that Mary will always 

be a success. 

Activities: Mirror Subscription Edi- 
tor 4; Class Secretary 2; Class 
Vice-President 3; Maroon Squad 4. 




NANCY LEONARD 
118 Greenwood Lane 
College II 

"Qu.dity not quantity is het 
measure." 

"Little One" is an active senior 
bubbling with personality . . . 
enjoys socializing and mixing 
with everyone . . . keeps her 
chemistry class with Mr. Yet- 
ten always laughing . . . 
spends her scarce free time 
either knitting or sewing. A 
nursing college lies in the 
future for this popular "Pea- 
nut." 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4 
Homeroom Representative 2, 3 
Red Cross Representative 2, 3. 4 
Pep Squad 3; Junior Prom Com 
mittce 3; Mirror Business Staff 4 



MARCIA LICKORAI 
283 Hardy Pond Road 
College 11 

"She is not difficult to please." 
The friendliness of the stu- 
dents at W.H.S. impresses 
Marcia. "You're kidding" is a 
common phrase in her lan- 
guage . . . feels democracy is 
tops . . . swimming and bowl- 
ing rate high . . . plans to be 

a nurse. 

Activities: Mirror Business Staff -i. 



RICHARD LINDSEY 

18 Brown Avenue 

Voc.ilion.il 

"His hair is crisp and black 

and long." 

Cars really rate high on the 

list of activities and interests 

of "Richie." He also likes 

subs, girls, and history; the 

kids are great too. After he 

graduates, Richie intends to go 

to work. Good luck. 



ROBERT LINDSEY 
18 Brown Avenue 
Vocational 

"Life is a quarry, out of uhich 
ue are to chisel a character." 
Although he enjoys working 
on cars in his free time. "Bob" 
prefers science and history 
when he's in school. 
Frank and Jerry tell us that 
"Bob" thinks the kids at 
W.H.S. rate an "A." Best of 
luck. 




FRANCIS LOGAN 

109 Taylor Street 

Vocational 

"Laugh the laughter of youth." 

A transfer student from St. 

Charles, "Franny" rates his 

new friends at W.H.S. as 

"tops." Billy and Danny tell 

us "Franny" loves baseball 

and roast beef. His future 

plans include a hitch in the 

Air Force. 

Activities: Safety Committee 3, 4. 



BARBARA LOMBARDI 
191 Wavcrly O.ik Road 
Clerk Typist 

"Gentle of manner, the does 
it things in a quiet nay." 
"Barbi" can be found in the 
new cafeteria enjoying sub- 
marine oi roast beef. This ex 
North Juoiorite likes attending 
typing classes with Maralyn 
and Nancy and enjoys bowling 
and dancing in her spare time. 
"liarbi" looks forward to a 

Career in office work. 
'■ tit Hit Mn i i Representative i; 
Pep Squad 2; Red Cross Rep- 
resentative 2; Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 2; Newspaper staff 4. 




and a competitive pastime 



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PHILIP LOMBARDO 

245 Newton Street 
Vocational 

"Silence proclaims more loudly 
than the tongue." 
Math lover "Nose" uses his 
free time to practice water- 
skiing and driving. Jim and 
Fred tell us that Phil enjoys 
the new cafeteria. Future plans 
include a career as a contractor. 



JUDITH LONG 
81 Lakeview Avenue 
Clerk Typist 

"Her days are swifter than a 
weaver's shuttle." 
"My word" is an expression 
which often announces the 
presence of this ice skating en- 
thusiast. "Judy," who usually 
spends her spare time with 
Jimmy and Jeanne, likes activ- 
ity periods best at W.H.S. 
Judy plans a bright future as 
a hairdresser. 



MARILYN LUCAS 

128 Chaffee Avenue 
College II 

"Ever fair and ever young." 
"Gidget" can always be found 
with Ellen and Cindy. This 
fun-loving girl enjoys skating, 
tennis, and her history class 
at W.H.S. She aspires to be a 
hairdresser, a career at which 
we know she'll succeed. 
Activities: Newspaper Staff 3; Red 
Cross Representative 2; Mirror 
Representative 2. 



ROBERT LUNDY 
1128 Trapelo Road 
College II 

"A true friend has no equal." 
Our boat enthusiast "Herbie" 
is equally fervent about the 
faculty at W.H.S. English is 
held in high esteem by this 
member of the C.Y.O. as are 
fried chicken and French fried 
potatoes. Friends Steve and 
John will readily attest to 
the fact that "Herbie" will be 
successful as he continues his 
studies at Northeastern in the 
field of business administra- 



tion. 
Activities: 
3, 4. 



Audio-Visual Staff 2, 




HOWARD LUTZ 
1695 Trapelo Road 
College II 

"True to his work and his 
word and his friend." 
Building models and watching 
racing cars with Winky and 
Ernie are special favorites with 
Bud." This former Lexing- 
ton Street Juniorite likes his- 
tory classes most . . . plans on 
a naval career for the future. 
Good luck, Admiral "Bud." 
Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3. 



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SANDRA MacDOUGALL 
378 Bacon Street 
College I 

"How pretty her blushing 
was." 

Look for a peppy fan at foot- 
ball games, and there you'll 
find "Sam." Nancy and Irish 
reveal that Sandy loves re- 
hearsing for the Senior Play. 
It's a good thing Sandy enjoys 
biology classes at W.H.S., be- 
cause she'll surely need it in 
her career as a medical tech- 
nologist. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff 3, 4, 
Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; Senior Play 
4; French Club 3, 4; Mirror Liter- 
ary Staff 4; Main Office Staff 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. 




Playing Newton for the first time in the new gym, 




BRl'CE MacFARLAND 
197 High Street 
Vocational 

"There is nothing in this 
world but what you can turn 
your hand to." 

Look twice; here comes "Car- 
rot-top. And don't you forget 
it!" says Bruce. Sid and Skip 
say that this fellow is bound 
for a bright future in repair 
and auto body work. Trade 
theory classes are best of all 
at V.H.S. After a hard day 
at school "Carrot-top" loves 
to sit down to a big meal of 
steak. Good luck, Bruce! 



CHERI MacLEOD 

155 Florence Road 
College II 

"Grace is but glory, and glory 
is but grace perfected." 
Cheri thrives on the friendli- 
ness of the students at W.H.S., 
especially that of Diane and 
Carol. She relaxes by going 
bowling and ice skating or 
attending the Westminster 
Fellowship, in which she is an 
active member. We're not kid- 
ding when we say Cheri will 
be a great success in whatever 
she pursues. 



DAVID MAHER 
15 Pine Street 
Vocational 

"Gladness of heart is the life 
of man." 

Dave is a regular at football 
parties. Fun is found when he 
is around. John and Skip won- 
der whether he will choose the 
service or auto body work as 
his career. Good luck, Dave! 



MAUREEN MAHOXEY 
175 Summer Street 
College II 

"Her soul is open to the sun." 
"I love you, because ... !" 
exclaims "Moe" when think- 
ing of fried clams or sewing 
class. This former North 
Juniorite also loves first lunch 
with the Trade school and col- 
lecting records. Maureen's am- 
bition after graduation is to 
attend the Kenneth Design In- 
stitute and become a beau- 
tician. 

Activities: Nurse's Staff 4; Senior 
Play Committee -1; Pep Squad 2. 





our inspired team pulled out a close victor] 



JEAN MANCUSO 
in i Hillcrest Road 
CUrk Typist 

"The two noblest of tbh 
tWtttntSS and light." 
"Your mother loves pa!" is 
the favorite saying of cheer- 
ful Jeannie. Veal cutlets and 
chicken rate high on her list 
of favorites. Jean's best sub- 
ject is business machines, and 
her hobby is collecting rec- 
ords Hairdressing school is 
number one among Jean's fu- 
ture plans. 
At In m, i Pep Squad J. 



JOHN MAW I 

100 Charles Street 

CoUtgt II 

II tn >.'i ' • ■'.' of 

■ 
Johnnv treked his w.iv to 
W.H.S from Bradford High 
School in Florida. Richard and 
Margie tell us Johnny loves the 
good-natured teachers al 
W.H.S . . is irked by lazy 

people-. Though he likes W.il- 
tham. he hopes somedav he'll 

open his eyes to find he - 
taxing neath the Florida sun. 




NANCY MANNI 
100 Charles Street 
College 11 

"Glad that I live am I." 
Pretty "Nanie" finds the ro- 
tating schedule quite a treat 
compared to the regular sched- 
ule at Bradford High in Starke, 
Florida . . . won't forget the 
Xmas of '62 or its presents 
for a long time . . . many 
new friends at W.H.S. in- 
clude "best buddies" Jeanne 
and Linda . . . plans to be a 
dental hygienist after gradua- 
tion. 



ANN MARA 
564 Main Street 
Clerk Typist 

"Innocence is like polished 
armor: it adorns and defends." 
Sweet little "Annie," very quiet 
and shy, likes the business 
machines course at W.H.S. She 
can be found at assemblies 
with her close friend Hermine. 
"Oh, be quiet!" is the usual 
cry of this future secretary 
when she is disturbed. 
Activities: Junior Prom Committee 
3; Mirror Representative 4. 




Our cheerleaders back our teams all 




THEODORE MARENO 
195 Temple Road 
College I 

"The man that laughs must 
sure do well." 

Max and Tony agree with 
"Muscles," our happy-go-lucky 
football co-captain, that physics 
classes are "#1." Ted dislikes 
the "one way" corridors at 
W.H.S. Wherever this future 
college man goes, he leaves 
the memory of his famous 
cry, "What's for lunch?" 
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4, Co- 
Captain 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 
2. 3. 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 
Maroon Squad 4; Senior Prom 
Committee 4. 

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MARTHA MARGESON 
103V2 Adams Street 
College II 

"Hope tells a flattering tale.'' 
"Martz" looks back on activ- 
ity period and her junior 
homeroom as the two things 
she enjoyed most at W.H.S. 
Her spare time is occupied 
with writing letters or talking 
on the phone to David and 
Jeanne. She hopes to attend 
hairdressing school. "How 
about that!" 

Activities: Pep Squad 3; Red Cross 
Representative 3; Pep Squad 2; 
Talent Show 4. 



ALAN MARTIN 
74 Morton Street 
Vocational 

"He lores the great outdoors." 
Al confesses to Steve and Bob 
that his hobby is work, but 
he also admits he enjoys 
English classes with Mr. 
Quinn. His happiest day 
will be when he has his di- 
ploma in hand. Though his 
future plans are indefinite, 
Al is considering a hitch in 
the service. 



CATHERINE MARTIN 
6 Beal Road 
College I 

"Be wise, soar not too high 
to fall, but stoop to rise." 
"Cathy" can usually be seen 
with Elaine and Carol either 
ice skating or eating big bur- 
gers. Walking across the cam- 
pus at W.H.S. is among 
Cathy's favorites. Hailing from 
North Junior High, Cathy 
hopes to attend nursing school 
after graduation. 
Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 
Newspaper Staff 3, 4; French Club 
3, 4; Mirror Staff 4; Pep Squad 
2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Senior 
Play 4. 





the way in every game. 



LINDA MASELLI 
14 Bolton Street 
Accounting 

"The useful and the beauti- 
ful are never separated." 
During student council meet- 
ings Linda can be heard ex- 
claiming "What can I say?" 
After a talk over a pizza with 
Nancy. Jeanne and Carol the 
answer is usually. "That's all 
ripht." Bookkeeping rates hi.uh 
with this Youth Council sec- 
retary. Best of luck at Bentley 
School of Accounting. 
Activities: Class Secretary 3; Stu- 
dent Council 3. 4; Monitor 4. 




JEAN" MASSE 
144 Robbins Street 
Clerk Typist 

"It is good to lengthen a mo- 
ment of joy." 

"Mac." who comes to us from 
Saint Mary's enjoys lunch 
periods most at W'.H.S. Her 
friends Bobby and Pat agree 
that she loves chicken as well 
as her English and democracy 
classes. Good luck in your 
career as a secretary. 







KENNETH MAY 

3 i Dale Street 

College I 

"Sports are a great part of bis 

life." 

Geometry with Mr. O'Brien 
is ^reat . . . loves the good 
times at W.H.S. . . . says 
"Let's wind it up" frequently 
. . . enjoys playing pool . . 
"Skip" and "Rick" are his bud 
dies . . . looks forward to col 
lege. 

Baseball 2. 3, •(; Foot 
ball 2, i, i; Hockey 2, }, I 
Talent Show 2. 3. I; Junior 
Prom Committee J. 



LOIS MAZZOLA 
242 Lowell Street 
Stenographic 
II w buoyant is her />< i 

ality." 

Lois thinks life without an 
S.P. Club or p.j. partus would 
be absolutely "unbelievable" 
. . . Pat and "Btxin" reveal 
this peppy senior loves cheer- 
in>; at W'.H.S. football games 
... the office where this fu- 
ture secretary will work had 
better allow gum-chewing. 
Good luck. Lois ' 
Activities : Cheerleader 4; Pep 
Squad 2. \\ Talent Show 
Junior ProO Committee 3; Ml 
roon Squad I; Library Council 3. 



ANNA MAZZONI 

1 1 1 Woerd Avenue 

Stt nogra\ 

"Thi I \.!il in the emu n 

is humility." 
Anna is a former South Junior- 
ite who rates banana splits 
without bananas tops He f 
friends Cheri and Roseann 
agree that Anna likes her study 
with Mrs ( ase best at W.H.S 
After school Anna can be 
found at sorority meeting 

at St Jinks C.Y.0 Hei fu- 
ture plans include Burdctt Col- 
lege. 
Atth'u'u i Pep Squad 

Representative 2. Nurse's 
Staff J; Red Cross Represent alive 



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cheerleader 

show and 



KATHLEEN Md ARl HY 
> entre Mreet 

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tut) 

■ 
This pntty hockey 
! the talent 
history classes with Miss Daily. 
Vv tey and Elaine say that 
"Kathy" is headed for (hand- 
ler School for Women after 

graduation Best of luck. 

French Club 
Homeroom Representative 

i heerlcadcr 1 ibrary 

Council I. Pep Squad 2. >; Talent 
Show 



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Some leave directly after school . . . 



SEAN McCAUGHAN 
113 Plympton Street 
Technical 

"Good-natured wit." 
"I say there, ol' chap," calls 
Sean, who hails from England 
and Ireland. "Take it easy on 
that steak!" Sean is most im- 
pressed by the freedom of the 
students. In his free time 
"Mac" enjoys trying his hand 
at photography and art with 
his friend Dave. The Boys' 
Club is one activity Sean does- 
n't like to miss. Our best 
wishes to this new American ! 



KATHLEEN McCULLION 
40 Madison Road 
Stenographic 

"We never know the true value 
of a friend." 

Kathleen is a promising sten- 
ographer who wishes to at- 
tend Burdett College after 
graduation. "Scottie" can be 
found sipping a strawberry 
soda with Nancy and Judy. 
Her favorite subject is his- 
tory, and Miss Mooney's 
classes are tops too. Success is 
sure to be hers. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
Talent Shaw 4; Red Cross Rep- 
resentative 2. 




MICHAEL McDANIEL 
51 Florence Road 
College II 

"His smile brings jo) to all." 
Mike, a member of the C.Y.O., 
comes to W.H.S. via Boston 
Latin. They don't sell pizza 
at the supermarket where he 
works, but Mike enjoys his 
part-time job nevertheless. Paul 
and Jim both agree with Mike 
that the new gym is certainly 
"great!" Democracy class is 
another item on his list of 
favorites. College now awaits 
this senior. 



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GARY McELHINEY 

128 Bedford Street 
Technical 

"Never waste a minute of 
life." 

Music is a favorite interest 
of "Mack," who comes to 
us from North Junior High. 
He enjoys Latin class and 
Moxie, as Bob and "Bone" 
well know. The executive com- 
mittees of the Latin and Dra- 
matics club are among his fa- 
vorite activities . . . future 
plans include college. 
Activities: Latin Club 4. Executive 
Committee 4; Dramatics Club 3, 
Executive Committee 3; Senior 
Play 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 
Technical Seminar 2, 3. 



JAMES McELROY 
48 Tolman Street 
Honors 

"Thoughts that breathe and 
words that burn." 
Happy "Jim" finds making 
friends no problem as he races 
from Youth Council meetings 
to C.Y.O. and C.Y.A. With 
Tom and Wally he enjoys 
gym and trigonometry classes. 
After graduation "Jim" is 
headed for college and a career 
as a lawyer. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, 
President 4; Student Council 2, 
3, 4, Treasurer 4; Dramatics 
Club 2, 3, Vice-President 2; Ger- 
man Club 2, 3; Debating Club 2, 
3, 4. 



RONALD McKINSTRY 
17 Billings Street 
South Acton 
Vocational 

"The gratifying feeling that 
our duty has been done." 
When not eagerly studying his 
history lesson, Ronnie is at- 
tending C.Y.O. meetings or 
devouring a big, tender piece 
of steak. Dave and Rick fore- 
see much prosperity for this 
future machine shop owner. 
Good luck, Ronnie! 
Activities: Vocational Vieus 4. 




Ml'RIEL McMANUS 
89 Chester Lane 
Clerk Typist 

''The attractive sweetness, the 
endearing smile." 
"Susie" winds up a mean roll- 
ing pin when cooking Chinese 
food, her favorite. Her good 
friends. Dawn, Barbara, and 
Kathy, agree that she's a great 
dancer and also that she has 
a bright future at a business 
school. 

Activities: Mr. Husson's Staff 3; 
Minor Alternate 2. 



TERENCE McNAMARA 
15 Vernon Street 
College II 

"A manly form usurped the 
place." 

Due to his interest in sailing, 
Terry plans to enlist in the 
Navy after graduation. Mean- 
while, he keeps active as a 
member of the Boys' Club 
and St. Mary's C.Y.A. Eng- 
lish and Mr. Eames' biology 
classes rate high on his list of 
favorites. Best of luck, Terry. 
Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4; 
Rifle Team 3; Debating Club 4; 
Red Cross Representative 4. 



DAVID McPHERSON 
160 Longfellow Road 
Honors 

"One honest man is better than 
many others." 

Quiet Dave is an avid ham 
radio operator . . . seems shy 
and retiring but has a friendly 
smile . . . Russian is new and 
different . . . "Honesty is the 
best policy," says Dave . . . 
his ideas will get him far in 
an engineering college. 
Activities: Latin Club 2; Rifle Club 
3; Tech Seminar 3; Russian Club 
4. 



ROBERT MEGA 
55 Livingstone Lane 
College II 

"He has no malice in his 
mind." 

Hot dogs and history are 
among the favorites of this 
college bound senior. "Rob" 
is active in C.Y.O. and Boys' 
Club and will always remem- 
ber the kids he met at W.H.S.. 
especially Mike and Rus. Good 
luck at Northeastern. 

ilies: National Relations Club 
4; First Aid i. 




JOHN F. MELANSON 
49 Wellington Street 
Vocational 

"The wisest man is he that 
thinks himself the least so." 
When "Jack" sees a store that 
makes "subs," he heads there- 
with a shout of "Biggy, biggy, 
bang' As can be surmised, 
John loves lunch; bowling and 
drafting also interest him. 
Architectural drawing is his 
favorite subject and will come 
in handy in the future when 
he becomes a builder and gen- 
eral contractor. 



JOHN P. MELANSON 

6 Wellington Avenue 

i // 
"His heart is as far from 
fraud as beaten from earth." 

Canadian-born John comes to 
us from Lynn English, and 
from the \ iewpoint of our 
hockey team, it was ,i most 
welcome switch. Practice and 
more practice has made him a 
staunch starting member of 
the hockey team. Aside from 
this sport, he. along with Roger 
and John, enjoys English 
classes with Mr. Collins best 
at WHS. In the future John 
plans to be a blueprint reader. 
Hockey Team 2. 




others sta\ for help or activil 



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ALBERT MELLO 
1378 Trapelo Road 
College I 

"What trusty treasure is worth 
a friend?'' 

Food in general is a favorite 
of solid senior "Al," who 
also likes solid geometry. 
Naturally lunch is the best 
thing at W.H.S. for our foot- 
ball player. Water-skiing and 
skin-diving show his athletic 
abilities. Wentworth will be 
proof of his academic ability 
next year. He'll do o.k. agree 
friends John and Andy. 
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; French 
Club 3: Talent Show 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Monitor 4. 



FREDRICK MICKLAY 

286 Central Street 
Vocational 

"It is not how much we have, 
but how much we enjoy, that 
makes happiness." 
"From the halls of Montezuma 
to the shores of Tripoli" will 
be the music this lad will 
march to after graduation. 
There's one thing "Skip" 
hopes won't be changed too 
much in the future, and that's 
his craving for fried foods. 
Right now. Skip keeps him- 
self up to par by attending the 
Boys' Club. Keep up the fight- 
ing spirit, Skip! 



RUSSELL MILLHOLLAND 

8 Chamberlain Terrace 
College 11 
"Trust him." 

Trig classes will be sadly 
missed by "Russ" when he 
leaves our hallowed halls, but 
he keeps his mind off the 
subject by working at Elm 
Farm. "It's choice" is an often- 
heard remark when the topic 
of discussion is cars. This 
captain of our Rifle Team 
shoots for Wentworth after 
graduation. 

Activities: Rifle Club 2. 3, 4, 
Secretary-Treasurer 3; Rifle Team 
3, 4, Captain 4. 



DEMETRIOS MIMINOS 
290 Temple Road 
Vocational 

"The friendship of a great man 
is a favor of the gods." 
A former student at L.S.J.H., 
"the Greek" now enjoys 
printing at our Vocational 
School. Billy and Richard re- 
veal Jim is an active president 
of his youth council. After 
graduation Jim plans to con- 
tinue his education and then 
open a shop of his own. Best 
of luck. 




EDWARD MISCH 
69 Grimes Lane 
Vocational 

"There is not a single moment 
in life that we can afford to 
lose." 

When delicious roast goose is 
placed in front of Ed, he 
looks up and says his last 
words before "digging in," 
"Don't bother me." Science 
and flying model planes with 
engines are his main interests. 
His future plans include at- 
tending college. 
Activities: National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Vocational Views 3; 
Cafeteria Squad 4. 

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NANCY MORABETO 

39 Floyd Street 
Stenographic 

"The laugh of a girl is among 
the delightful sounds of the 
world." 

Always smiling, that's "Bee- 
tles." Nanci's an active mem- 
ber of the Sons of Italy and 
C.Y.A. We all join Sandy and 
Sue in wishing this vivacious 
senior success at Burdett Jun- 
ior College. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Mr. Husson's Staff 
3; Mirror Clerical Staff 4; Cafe- 
teria Monitor 3. 




For seniors, the guidance department is 




BARBARA MORASH 
2 1 Manning Road 
Honors 

"Gentlemtn always seem to 
remember blondes.'' 
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's 
Barbara rushing down the hall 
to preside over the Library 
Council or to attend trig class. 
Her Rainbow meetings keep 
her busy, but pretty Barbara 
also likes to water ski. Col- 
lege, and then a vocation as 
a physical therapist are on her 
agenda. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4. 
Executive Committee 3. Secretary 4; 
Library Council 3. 4, President 
4; Newspaper 3. 4. Co-Editor 4; 
Language Lab Assistant 3. 4. 



XAXCY iMORE 

1066 Trapelo Road 
College I 

"Let's ting .i song of cheer.'' 
There's always room for 
"more," especially if it's our 
notable "Xanc." This enthus- 
iastic cheerleader not only 
sparkles at the football games 
but also in trig class or when 
enjoying some baked stuffed 
lobster. Carole and Sandy will 
agree that Xancy's radiant per- 
sonality will inspire the pupils 
of this future teacher and 
ensure her nothing but happi- 
ness. 

Activities: National Honor Society 
3. 4; Football Cheerleader 4; 
Talent Show 4: French Club 3, 4; 
Mirror Business Staff 4; Senior 
Play Usherette I. 



CHERYL MORGAN 
114 Riverside Avenue 
Clerk Typist 

"Where did she get her eyes 
so blue?'' 

After democracy class pretty 
"Cheri" can be seen talking 
to Anna and Dianne in the 
new cafeteria. An active mem- 
ber of C.Y.O.. she looks for- 
ward to attending Chandler 
Business School after gradua- 
tion. Best of luck to this foot- 
ball fan. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3. 4; 
Mirror Clerical Staff -i; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Girls' Sp.Tt< 2; Red 
Cross Representative 2. 



ROBERT MOSHER 
36 VC'ilmot Road 
Colt II 

"He is tbt best oj .ill mu- 
sicians." 

Musical . . . cheerful . . . 
loves playing sax and clarinet 
. . . plans to be a music major 
in college . . . lines meeting 
new people . . . president of 
Belmont B.Y.F. . . . plavs in 
Waverly Post V.F.W". Band 
. . . future is on a happy note. 
Class President 3; Junior 
Prom Committee Chairman 3; 
Talent Show 2. J, i. Dire^- 
Orchestra 4: Band 2. s. I; Mir- 
> ' Adi erl 5l ifl I. 




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ROM: MR<)sZ(ZYK 
1805 Trapelo Road 
// • 

"//< r ulence implies ■ 
ure." 

Friends Melody and Frances 
can often be seen with this 
member of the ( Y.O. Busy 
now playing the clarinet and 
cooking in her tew spare mo- 
ments. Rose will soon brighten 
the campus of Simmons ' 
lege and later a language class- 
room with her sunnv disp 
• 

Acth \ H Sociel 

J, I. Senior Band 2. Jj Latin 
Club 2. J, i. F.I V 
brarv Council J, i. Al/Vi i Liter- 
i. ,\l/n S ■ ption 
i. 



DAVID Ml I A 

1 16 School Mrce: 

, II 

II ■ . . ■ , - 

U ell." 

Pals Willie and Frank tell us 
Dave isn't a quitter and al- 
ways quotes. "If at first you 
don't succeed to anyone 

who 

agrees W.H.S h 

dom than Carmelite Junior 

nary, w here he prev ; 
studied This lover of lunch 

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JANETTE MUNSEY 
147 Copeland Street 
College II 

"Kindness is the sunshine in 
which virtue grows." 
The rotating schedule is favor- 
able to Jan. who also likes 
algebra, bowling, and swim- 
ming. "I don't know" is a 
usual expression from this 
career-minded member of the 
French club who would like 
to be a "guarde-malade" after 
graduation. Friends Marcia 
and Carol know she'll be help- 
ful in this medical occupation. 
Activities: French Club 2, 3. 



CAROLE MURPHY 

40 Smart Street 
College I 

"Beauty is the promise of the 
future." 

This vivacious lass loves eat- 
ing pizza with Phyllis and 
Nancy. Among her many fa- 
vorites at W.H.S. geometry 
class with Mr. O'Brien rates 
first. Carole is looking for- 
ward to teachers' college after 
graduation. We know she'll 
do well. 

Activities: National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Future Teachers of 
America 3. 4. Secretary 4; Talent 
Show 2, 3. 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Homeroom Representative 
4; Minor Business Staff 4. 




As the deadline for the senior term paper approaches, 




JEAN MURPHY 

127 South Street 
Clerk Typist 

"How placid and how quiet 
is her face." 

"What are you. some kind of 
a nut?" exclaims "Murph" 
during cafeteria duty when 
someone asks for seconds. You 
can bet she'll order roast beef 
or fried chicken for herself. 
Her telephone-talking friends 
Pho and Helen agree that this 
former North Juniorite likes 
activity period with Mr. 
O'Brien best at W.H.S. Jean is 
another senior who plans to 
attend I.B.M. school after 
graduation. 

Activities: Cafeteria Squad 2; 
Ag Junior Prom Committee 3; Talent 
Show 4. 



MARY MURPHY 
19 Plympton Street 
Stenographic 
"Exuberance is beauty." 
Petite and peppy "Murph" 
wants to attend Salem State 
College after graduation. 
When she's not cheering the 
Crimson on to victory, she can 
be found swimming at the 
Boys' Club or golfing with 
Mary and Lois. 

Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3. 4; Maroon Squad 
3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Mr. Husson's Staff 2, 3- 



PAUL MURPHY 
19 Plympton Street 
Accounting 

"Glad that he lives is he." 
"Ralph" enjoys math at 
W.H.S. and will always re- 
member Mr. Distel's algebra 
class. Most of his time is 
spent with John, Ron, and 
Charlie at the Boys' Club. 
Ralph has a college career 
planned after graduation. 
Good luck! 

Activities: Red Cross Represent- 
ative 2. 



DONALD NEILBERG 
52 Marshall Street 
Vocational 

"Humility is the solid founda- 
tion of all the virtues." 
Looking for a good contractor 
or builder for that dream 
house of yours? Call on 
"Hamberg" Neiburg in a few 
years. The results are bound 
to be pleasing, but right now 
Don's main interest is flying 
model airplanes. Lunch with 
Jim and Bob is really great, 
especially if it includes T-bone 
steak and fried potatoes. Good 
luck, "Hamberg!" 








CATHERINE NELSON 
91 Seminole Avenue 
Accounting 

"You'll find her where the fun 
is." 

Cathy spends her spare time 
bowling with the Inter-Church 
Bowling League or sewing . . . 
readily devours steak and pop- 
corn . . . future plans include 
office work. 

Activities: Pep Squad 3; Red 
Cross Representative 4. 



VIRGINIA NELSON 
52 Bruce Road 
Stenographic 
"Words of welcome and 
ness fall from her lips." 
"Ginny" is vice-president of 
the Lutheran church group 
. . . enjoys eating roast beef 
and riding in convertibles . . . 
can be found with Marie and 
Nancy going to English class 
. . . plans to be a secretary. 
Activities: Mr. Husson's Staff 4; 
Open House Usherette 3; Library 
Council 3, 4. Executive Board 4; 
Pep Squad 3. 



the library is the center of student activity. 




MARGARET NEUFELL 
14 Pond Street Court 
College II 

"To hate ideas is to gat hi r 
flow l M." 

Although Margie is saving 
most of her money to buy her 
own car, some of it is spent 
on cokes with Dianne and 
Doris. Outside of English and 
math classes, Margie thinks 
the outdoor passing is the best 
thing to hit WHS. this year. 
In the future, she aspires to 
be a department head at an 
industrial plant. 
Activities: Co-Ed Representative I. 



BARBARA NEVARD 
113 Farnum Road 
Honors 

"A kind heart is the fountain 
of gladness." 

Everyone has at least one 
dream, and Barbara's is that 
in four years time she will be 
joining her former teachers at 
the Warrendale School. The 
rotating schedule is tups .is 
far as this senior sees it. Bar- 
bara, who enjoys C.Y.O.. can 
be seen walking to and from 
democracy classes with "Ernie." 
Activities: F.T.A. J, I; Library 
Council J, i; Minor Business 
Staff I; French Club J, (; Latin 
Club :.. 



ELAINE NIOSE 
15 Woodland Road 
5/t nographic 

"She had a pleasant time, for 
she was happy." 
Elaine enjoys submarine sand- 
wiches with Diane. Rosc.inn. 
and Anna. She is an active 
member of her sorority and 
church C.Y.O. A former Ii\ 
ington Street Juniorite, she 
likes the lunch periods best 
at WHS Her future plans m 

dude a career, as .1 secretary 

Talent Show J, |; Pep 
Squad 2. s. i; • ■ , lerical 
Stui 1. Open House Usherette :. 



MARY NIXON 

Albermarle Road 
Colltgt 11 

I • d like 

a »;. ■ 

Talented "Red" brings her 
musi< and drawing int 
from Lexington Street Junior 
High French class and 
teria are "musts" in her daily 
actii itus Tins populai < Y.O 
member is looking forward to 
a career in nursing or teaching. 
Bcvt of luck in whatever JTOU 

choose, "Red." 

Act it hits. Frcmh Clu!- 
tcru Squad I. Alternate Home- 
room Reprcent.iti\c I. Red > 
Representative :. F.T.A 

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BRUCE NOAH 
8 McBrides Court 
Accounting 

"His country is the world, his 
countrymen are mankind." 
"How about that." says former 
South Juniorite Bruce to Dick 
and John as they work on 
theii cars. When he is not in 
typing class, this friendly sen- 
ior can be found at the Boys' 
Club. Bruce plans to go into 
the service after graduation. 
Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 4. 



Mathematics trains the student to think logically and con- 
cisely. 



MARY NOAH 
8 McBrides Court 
Stenographic 

"Her hair was brown with 
golden gloss." 

Activity periods and typing 
are two of Mary's favorite 
periods at W.H.S. . . . friends 
Joanne and Sally hear her say- 
ing, "You'll have to convince 
me." Business school is in- 
cluded in her plans after 
W.H.S. Best of everything, 

Mary! 

Activities: Student Council Rep- 
resentative 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Maroon Squad 3; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4; Red Cross Rep- 
resentative 2. 




AXXE O'BRIEN 
144 Charles Street 
Clerk Typist 
"Ever) joy is gain." 
Ask Anne what she likes best 
at W.H.S., and the answer is 
activity periods with Mr. 
O'Brien, of course. As Bonnie 
and Mar)- Alice know, bowling 
and eating pizza or chocolate 
ice cream are also tops with 
this senior. Since she likes 
her typing classes so well, 
Anne is planning on office 
work after graduation. 



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EDWARD O COXXELL 
34 Circuit Lane 
Accounting 

"He gave to us his best." 
Eager 'O'Kie'' lists "work" 
ten times as his activity. You'd 
have to ask Richard or Martin 
to verify that, but we do know 
"O'Kie" can be found busy 
at St. Luke's C.Y.O. and in 
history class. Bentley School 
of Accounting awaits him next 
fall, if all his "work" doesn't 
tire him. Good luck, "O'Kie!" 
Activities: Youth Council 3. 



AXXE O'KEEFE 
15 Ellery Road 
Honors 

"In each cheek appears a pretty 
dimple." 

Friendly Anne exclaims, "Oh, 
Great!" when called "A.O'K" 
. . . this active senior loves 
walking across the courtyard. 
The future will find Anne 
studying journalism in college. 
Don't run out of ink, Anne! 
Activities: National Honor Society 
3, 4; Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4, 
Co-Editor 4; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 3; French Club 3, 
Secretary 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; German Club 3, 4. 



CHARLES O'XEIL 

24 Cedarwood Avenue 

Accounting 

"Acts of kindness are thoughts 

to him." 

"Chas" likes bookkeeping best 

at W.H.S. . . . usually seen 

bowling or skating with Steve. 

This steak lover plans to enter 

the Navy after graduation. 

Good luck, "Chas!" 

Activities: Hockey Team 2. 



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SHEILA O'NEILL 
18 Munroe Avenue 
Clerk Typist 

"She wears the rosy hue of 
youth." 

If you see a blue Ford loaded 
with laughing girls, you can 
bet its owner and pilot is 
Sheila. Among her many reg- 
ular passengers are Bev and 
Bevie. It is unfortunate there 
are no dismissal bells in of- 
fices because "She" will miss 
her favorite sound at W.H.S. 
We know she'll make an ex- 
cellent secretary some day. 



STEWART OWENS 
18 Pearl Street 
Vocational 

"His foe Was folly, his weapon 
wit." 

"Stew's" goal in life is to 
find "a real soft job." Len and 
Bill say he enjoys saying, 
"Nice day, aint it?" ... is 
happiest when working on his 
Ford. 

Activities: Red Cross 3; Voca- 
tional Views 3. 



DOUGLAS PALM 
17 Lincoln Street 
College I 

"He who has a firm will molds 
the world to himself." 
"Great!" gasps good-looking 
"Doug" to Gary and Bob as 
they attend a football game. 
Although he enjoys Mr. 
Clark's German classes, his- 
tory rates the special "A" 
with "Doug." We know he 
will be a great success as a 
history teacher after college. 
Activities: German Club 2. 3, 4: 
Newspaper Staff 3. 4, Editor 4; 
Senior Play Committee '4: Minoi 
Sports Staff -i; Crimson Key 4. 



PAUL PALMER 
12 Charles Street Avenue 
College II 

"To be doing good is nun's 
most glorious task." 
This Hudson Rod and Gun 
Club member comes to us 
from St. Charles . . . loves the 
studies and lunch periods at 
W.H.S. . . . wishes he'd in- 
vented "eating." Phil and 
Frank know that Paul loves 
hunting . . . will wear a uni- 
form of the U.S. Air Force 
in the future. 







MARCIA PARKHURST 
19 Elmhurst Terrace 
Honors 

"Intent a new step and you'll 
set her dancing." 
Popular "Marsh" is active in 
Rainbow and in volunteer 
work at Waltham Hospital. 
"Marsh" plans to attend col- 
lege, preferably Jackson. As 
Dianne and Reenie know, 
she'll be welcome wherever 
she goes because of her friend- 
ly manner. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff 4; 
Mirror Staff 4; National Honor 
Society 3. 4; Latin Club 3. 4: 
French Club 3. 4; Talent Show 3. 



JOHN PASSERELLO 
1 8 Mt. Ida Terrace 
College II 

"For he that runs it well, tu ict 
wins the race." 

When football isn't in season, 
this senior can be found work- 
ing on radios with Paul or 
studying math. Formerly of 
South Junior, John plans ,i 
career in electronics alter col- 

lece. Best of luck. 
Activities: Homeroom Represent- 
ative v 




Around crowded luneh tables "the latest" in dis v 



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LLOYD FLACOCK 

36 Bennet Street 
College II 

"Follow his example — don't 
be afraid!" 

The rotating schedule pleases 
Lloyd most at W.H.S. as do 
democracy classes. He can be 
seen going to the Boys' Club 
with John and Jimmy and 
exclaiming "What can I say." 
This ex-South Juniorite enjoys 
basketball and baseball and 
looks forward to college after 
graduation. 

Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Bas- 
ketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4. 



JOHN PEARSON 

235 Weston Street 
Honors 

"None but himself can be his 
parallel." 

Formerly from Omaha, Ne- 
braska, John has carried with 
him his love for all kinds of 
music and singing; he is now 
a member of the senior choir 
as well as the Luther League 
at his church. Paul tells us 
that this friendly music lover 
also likes math and hopes to 
attend Upsala College in New 
Jersey. Good luck, John. 
Activities: Mirror Business Staff 
4; Math Club 3, 4; Science Sem- 
inar 3. 



ALBERT PEEL 

20 Curve Street 
College II 

"A man of many interests!' 
This active member of W.H.S. 
plans to enter college and 
become a criminal lawyer. Al 
can be seen enjoying lobster 
and submarine sandwiches 
with his friends Bob and Leif. 
Skin-diving and Miss Thorn- 
ton's English classes rate high 
with him. 

Activities: Cross Country 4; 
Hockey 3, 4; Audio-Visual Staff 
2, 3; Language Lab Assistant 2; 
Band 2, 3, 4; Maroon Squad 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3, 4; 
German Club 2, 3; Rifle Club 2. 



ROBERT PENTZ 

88 Greer Street 
College II 

"Patience is the key of con- 
tent." 

Bob, who comes from Water- 
town High, enjoys math 
classes and playing basketball 
at the Boys' Club or in the 
gym. This college bound senior 
can be seen eating roast beef 
and talking about the future 
with Cathy and Bob. 




QUENTIN PETTIS 

53 Fuller Street 
College II 

"His goal the sky, his aim the 
star." 

"Sam" comes to us from New- 
ton High School and enjoys 
English the most at W.H.S. 
This college-bound senior 
loves to work on cars in his 
spare time with Trigger and 
Dickie. Future plans include 
an education at a business 
college. Good luck to you, 
Quentin ! 
Actirities: Red Cross Representative 



MARTHA PICKETTE 
24 Francis Street 
College II 

"Pert as a schoolgirl well can 
be." 

Diane and Judy say that smil- 
ing Martha can usually be 
seen jogging along the bridle 
path. This typing class fan also 
enjoys dancing and looks for- 
ward to working in an office. 
Best of luck, Martha. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2 ; Talent 
Show 4; Senior Prom Committee 
4. 




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CHESTER PLACE 

17 Gorham Street 
Vocational 

"Never stop hoping for a 
brighter tomorrow." 
In future years when a jet 
flies overhead, you'll know- 
that it will be under the able 
supervision of jet mechanic 
"Chet." Another lover of 
lunch, he also enjoys shop and 
theory. He is sure to succeed 
in the future. 
Activities: Open House Usher 3. 



STEPHEN PITTORINO 

25 Mt. Pleasant Street 
College II 

"One true friend in a life- 
time is much." 

Fun-loving "Spits" is a North 
Junior Alumnus . . . eagerly 
looks forward to his math 
classes and the dismissal bell 
. . . enjoys eating ravioli 
and pizza with his friends 
John and Gil . . . eyes a teach- 
ing career in the future. 



WILLIAM POIRIER 

512 Main Street 
College 11 

"My way is to begin at the 
beginning!' 

Biology ironically is "Frog- 
.yy's" favorite subject. Fire 
drills and sports are what he 
likes at WHS. "It's all noth- 
ing" is the favorite expression 
of this member of the Hud- 
son Rod and Gun Club. 
Friends Dave and Bill know 
the service is ahead for 
"Froggy," who comes to us 
from Hale High in Stow. 



CAROLYN POXTE 
35 Chesterbrook Road 
College II 

"The sweetest thing that eier 
lived." 

History and the rotating sched- 
ule are favorites of Carol's 
at W.H.S. . . . can be seen 
eating steak or roast beef with 
June and Martha . . . junior 
college or a school for retail- 
ing are in the future plans 
for this former Lexington 
Street Juniorite. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3: Mirror 
Representative 2; Senior Plav -i; 
Main Office Staff 4. 




some rival in the Boston Arena. 




LUCINDA POTTER 

-168 Totten Pond Road 

CUrk Typist 

"She >ii vet deceit 

t rrs." 

When "Cindy" is asked the 

time, she quickly replies, 

"Skiing rime!" Dawn and 

Muriel tell us this Rainbow 
girl thinks the rotating sched- 
ule at W.H.S. is great . . . 
In\ ( s democracy classes . . . 
will be a successful secretary 
after graduation. 

Activities: Talent Show I 

Sports 2. J, I. 



MARY I 'OW I RS 

81 Francis Street 
Sti'tugu: 

. 
art >•■( i < r \eparah ■ 
Let's ,o> ice skating, shouts 

Mary to her dose friends 
Jeanette and Barbara Mary 
hails from North Junior and 
enjoys bookkeeping with M ss 
uv Kst at W.H.S Be- 
sides being secretary of the 
( Y.O hus\ Mary l< 

her toes with plenty oi work 
for the '•' Ihr future 

plans include secretarial work 
I 
Homeroom Representative 

Senior Pl.iv 

( ommittee I; Open Ho 

ctlc V 

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ROBERT PRATT 
19 Endicott Street 
College II 

"He who thinks for himself 
is a free man." 

A former student at Martha's 
Vineyard High School, "Bob" 
now spends his time at De- 
Molay meetings. This ath- 
letic senior enjoys the ro- 
tating schedule and his chemi- 
stry class. A .lover of Italian 
food, he looks forward to 
college after leaving W.H.S. 
Activities: Chemistry Lab 2; Phy- 
sics Lab 3. 



WAYNE PROPHET 
28 Mokema Avenue 
Honors 

"Few boys are born with tal- 
ents that exceed his." 
As director of both the senior 
play and the talent show, 
Wayne is one of the busiest 
people in W.H.S. Dave, Max, 
and Tony tell us that he pre- 
pares for his debates during 
activity periods. After a hectic 
senior year, Wayne plans to 

study law. 

Activities: Senior Play Director 4; 
Talent Show Director 4; Debat- 
ing Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; 
Band 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 
4; German Club 3. 4. 




On occasion firedrills 







CYNTHIA PUTMAN 
210 Dale Street 
College II 

"Diligent labor conquers 
everything." 

"Oh, no!" cries friendly "Cin- 
di" during one of her many 
favorite cafeteria gab ses- 
sions. Miss Tahaney and her 
typing class rate high with 
this happy lass. "Cindi" can 
be seen around town with 
her friends Diane and Char- 
lene. She is looking forward 
to an education at Chandler 
and then a career with IBM. 



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WILLIAM QUAGLIOZZI 

39 Spring Street 
College II 

"He can't be wrong whose 
life is in the right." 
English is baseball enthusiast 
Bill's favorite subject. "Cer- 
tainly," says "Twig," as he is 
called by friends Jeanne and 
Jack. The armed service calls 
to this Connie Mack Leaguer 
who hopes to enlist after grad- 
uation. Best wishes to a form- 
er North Juniorite. 



JOHN RANGE 

17 Hartwell Street 
Accounting 

"The one prudence of life is 
concentration." 

This future Marine enjoys 
swimming and playing tennis. 
Ralph and Rog reveal Jack 
loves activity periods . . . 
thinks fire drills should be 
included in every schedule 
. . . active in the Boys' Club 
and Luther League ... a na- 
tion will surely be safe with 
Jack protecting it! 
Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3; Foot- 
ball 2; Audio-Visual Staff -i. 



WILLIAM RANGE 

17 Hartwell Street 
Vocational 

"True hutnor springs not more 
from the head than from the 
heart." 

If the next class is either 
English or history, you can 
be sure Bill will rush to 
it. Ralph and Zen often 
find it hard to keep up with 
him. In his spare time Bill 
enjoys customizing cars or eat- 
ing his favorite vegetable, 
squash. A drafting career is 
the dream of this senior. Good 

luck, Bill. 

Activities: Student Government 
Exchange 3. 







nterrupt our classes. 




DEBORAH RAVSON 
152 Galcon Street 
College I 

"Of s pit its si ill and quiet!' 
"This is ridiculous," Debbie 
says as she tries to start her 
maroon and white Chevy . . . 
enjoys cookouts on the beacli 
with Anne and Marion . . . 
rates Mr. Neylon's history 
classes at the top of her list 
of favorites . . . hopes to at- 
tend a liberal arts college in 
the future. 



PHILIP RHODES 
9 Summit Street 
Tech in c.il 

"Either I uill find .1 way, 
or I will make one." 
"Why not?" is the favorite 
saying of Phil, or "Jaw" as he 
is called by his close fritnds. 
lech seminar and the WHS. 
swim team are his favorite 
activities. "Jaw" can be seen 
about town with Joe and 
"Bone." two of his closest 
friends. He hopes to enter 
Rensselaer Polyteth after grad- 
uation. 

Tech Seminar 2. 3; 
Swimming Team -. ?. i; Senior 
Plav Committee 




WESLEY RICH 
192 Linden Street 
College II 

Hi ha\ .in infinite amount 
of u it." 

"Woozley" enjoys eating ice 
cream sandwiches in the cafe- 
teria with Bob and Steve . . . 
is active- in L.R.Y., choristers, 
and Y MCA. . . . can be 
heard saying, "Oh. good gravy 
train" . . . enjoys Mr Dono- 
van's English classes . . . 
plans to attend Northeastern 
I University. 

1 vilits: Latin Club 2, 
Executive- Board i; Aucli.i-Visu.il 
I, 



ROGER RICHARD 

17 Oak Street 

Accounting 

"The best inn) or is an old 

frit nd." 

Our hockey team wouldn't be 

the same- without the service 

of "Pocket Rocket." A Cana- 
dian by birth. "Raddgc" dem- 
onstrates ins skating ability 
on our hocke) team by slam- 
ming the puck past the best 
goalies 111 the league. \c\t 
year when lie is working. 
Roger will he sorely missed 
by our team Pool and the 
Boys also occupy much of 
his time- Good luck. "Radge." 
Actirili II cket 1. 



DAVID RICHARl^ 
1: Seminole Am 

Colhgi II 

II 1 /'.-< ril h fit nl.'' 

"Did I hear someone- men- 
tion fried clams'' That is .ill 
that need he said. .\n^\ D.iu is 
sure to be there on hand 
Among other things, Dave is 
a great scuba diving enthu- 
siast However. while- in 
school, friends \\ .iwu and 
Phil admit his favorites are 
the new wing and trig classes 
Atter graduation David plans 
to enter the sen ice 
Actmtitt: Audio-Visual Sufi : 

P ( ommitti 
Ritlc Club 




IANK 1 KK HARDSON 
10" Mokema 

s 

I 

"Jan spends 
time working 
tense, when she is an as- 
sistant radio chief Through 
the W H. S vrvstal hall, we 
hi Ian in a career in Journ- 
alism after graduation 



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When weather is good, passing in the courtyard saves time be- 
tween classes. 



CAROL RIETCHEL 

10 Falmouth Road 
College I 

"Deeds, not words." 
"Be serious!" exclaims Carol 
to friends Nancy and Linda 
as she is enjoying some 
Chinese or Italian food. This 
sports enthusiast is active on 
the C.Y.A. Youth Council and 
enjoys reading. Carol thinks 
that German class and the 
other students at W.H.S. are 
really great. After graduation 
from college Carol's ambition 
is to become a social worker. 
Activities: Latin Club 2; Senior 
Play Committee 4; Mirror Busi- 
ness Staff 4; German Club 2, 4; 
Talent Show 4. 



SANDRA RIGOLI 

16 Forest Street 
Accounting 

"She believes in happiness on 
the darkest days." 
"Crack me up," says "Riga" 
to friends Nancy and Sue. 
Hobbies include dancing and 
driving, and high among her 
favorites are shorthand classes 
and fried clams. In her spare 
time she's an active member of 
the Sons of Italy. Sandra's 
plans include Burdette Junior 
College after graduation. 
Activities: Talent Show 2; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Pep Squad 2, 
3, 4; Mirror Staff 4. 




DIANE RISTUCCIA 

67 Berkley Street 

College II 

"Happiness and laughter are 

hers." 

Popular "Horse," a former 

Lexington Street Juniorite, 

can usually be found rushing 

to Mr. "B's" French III class 

with Cathy and Pat. Collecting 

antiques or eating Italian 

Spaghetti and Irish stew are 

favorite pastimes of this senior. 

Our crystal ball tells us of a 

bright future for Diane at the 

Massachusetts College of Art. 

All the best, Diane. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Mirror 

Art Staff 3, 4. 

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BARBARA ROBERTS 
30 Berkshire Road 
Stenographic 

"The happiest people smile all 
the time." 

Because "Barb" enjoys short- 
hand with Miss Mooney, she 
has hopes of being a secretary 
. . . loves p.j. parties and driv- 
ing. In the morning she rushes 
around collecting attendance 
cards for 210. If you hear a 
sudden "whoopee!!," you'll 
know that 'jarb is nearby. 
Activities: ". lent Show 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; Maroon Squad 4; 
Library Council 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3. 



ELIZABETH ROBINSON 

132 Church Street 
College I 

"Gentle in form, and fair of 
face." 

At the sound of "What's up, 
doc!" everyone knows that 
"Betsy" has joined the group 
for an active day of ice skat- 
ing or tobogganing. "Betsy" 
loves olives and the rotating 
schedule at W.H.S. When not 
in history class, this perky 
senior can be seen with Sandy 
and Marcia. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Chess 
Club 3; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; News- 
paper Staff 3; Cafeteria Squad 4. 



JOHN ROCHE 



133 Lincoln Street 
College II 

"A true friend is forever a 
friend." 

Sports-minded "Scoote r" 
comes to W.H.S. from Car- 
melete Junior Seminary . . . 
Boys' Club, Debonairres, and 
C.Y.A. take up much of his 
time . . . enjoys eating spa- 
ghetti with Dianne and Dave 
. . . future plans include col- 
lege and a career in mechan- 
ical engineering. 
Activities: Hockey 2, 3. 








MAUREEN ROCHE 
91 Chestnut Street 
College 11 



"Pack up 

smile." 

Kenneth's 



your troubles and 



Hair Stylists 



In- 
stitute will welcome "Mo" 
after graduation . . . can't de- 
cide whether she likes English 
classes with Mr. Collins better 
than devouring a chicken with 
Hank, Carol and Joanne . . . 
will always carry memories of 
W.H.S. close to her heart. 
Activities: Talent Show 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Weather Club 
3. 



MARK ROSEN 
765 Lincoln Street 
Honors 

"Brevity is the soul of wit." 
Mark's limited spare time is spent 
either on the Waltham Youth 
Council or Synagogue Youth 
Group, of which he is president. 
The A.F.S. program held an ex- 
citing summer for him in Italy last 
year. Mark spends one half of his 
time with Elon and Dave, the 
other half on his favorite hobby, 
photography. A busy future in the 
field of electrical engineering is 
Mark's goal. 

Activities: Youth Council 3, 4; 
Dramatics Club 2, 3; Math Club 
3, 4; National Honor Society 
3, 4; A.F.S. Program 3; Debat- 
ing Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 
4. 



ARTHUR ROSENBERG 
76 Green Street 
College I 

"High aims from high char- 
acter." 

"Let's see; I've got to watch 
this move!" thinks Artie as he 
concentrates on an important 
chess game with Raul. When 
the game's over, it's time to 
go fishing with Max or to 
go running around the track 
a few times. A college educa- 
tion is next in line for this 
twin. Best of luck, Artie. 
Activities: Track Team 2, 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; 
German Club 3, 4; Cross Country 
Team 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3, 
Secretary-Treasurer 3. 



STEVEN ROSENBERG 
76 Green Street 
College I 

"The secret of success is con- 
stancy of purpose." 
When not at the field, Steve 
can be seen running back and 
forth to math classes. Paul and 
Jeff admit that track is a 
major interest for this col- 
lege bound senior. Best of 
luck. 

Activities: German Club 3, 4; 
Chess Club 3; Track 2, 3. 







BRYAN RUSCAK 

23 Copeland Street 
College II 

"A good man is the best 
friend." 

When Bryan isn't doing his 
democracy homework, you can 
be sure to find him working 
on his cars with Eddie and 
Ernie. This college-bound 
senior, who came here via 
Lexington Street Junior High, 
enjoys eating loads of pi//.i 
with all the girls after C.Y.O. 
meetings. After graduation his 
plans are for a college educa- 
tion at Northeastern Univer- 
sity. 

Activities: Debating Club 2, 3. f; 
Talent Show 2. 



CAROLYN RUSSELL 
26 Park Street 
College II 
"Fait is her SU at fat 



asks 



"What else is new?' 
"Calorine" . . . spontaneous 
gaiety . . . efficient and cap- 
able . . . nursing is her fu- 
ture hope at New England 
Deaconess . . . enjoys friends, 
"The L'nsepa rabks" . . . will 
surely meet with success in 
future. 

Activities: Main Office Staff 2. 
3, I; Maroon Squad 4; Pep Squad 
2, 3, 4. 




"Resolved: That the United States should adopt a polu 
reciprocal free trade with non-Communist nations 



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RONALD RUTKOWSKI 
15 Carleton Road 
Accounting 

"It is the will and not the gift 
th.it makes the giver." 
"Moose." who formerly at- 
tended Lexington Street Junior 
High, can be found working 
on cars with Dick and Steve. 
Trigonometry classes and all 
the kids at' W.H.S. are his 
favorites. He hopes for a 
career with a business com- 



pany. 
Activities: 



Audio-Visual Staff 



LAWRENCE RYAN 
39 Wheelock Road 
College II 

"No sooner said than done — 
so acts the man of worth'' 
It's a hitch in the service for 
"Snowball" after graduation. 
Buddies Dave and Joe tell us 
Larry loves to talk . . . "man 
with a thousand nicknames" 
. . . quite the pool player . . . 
a welcome addition to any 
group . . . will always re- 
member Halloween of '62. The 
crystal ball shows a bright fu- 
ture for Larry. 




MAL'REEN RYNN 
168 Warren Street 
College I 

"Hli- bright smile wade the 
day memorable." 
When she isn't roaming the 
corridors between history and 
democracy, smiling "Mo" can 
be found playing tennis with 
Judy and Faith. This future 
teacher is often seen running 
between F.T.A. and French 
Club meetings. Good luck in 
college. "Mo!" 

Activities: French Club 3. 4; Pep 
Squad 2. 3. 4; Mirror Business 
Staff 4; Student Council Represent- 
ative 4; F.T.A. 3. 4. President 4. 



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JEAN SALTER 

33 Hobbs Brook Road 

College II 

"The most utterly lost of all 
days is that in which you hare 
not once laughed." 
"Jeannie" came from Lynn- 
field High last year but soon 
got into the swing of things 
at W.H.S. At school she espec- 
ially likes working on the 210 
staff: history also rates with 
this lively blonde. For relaxa- 
tion there's nothing she likes 
better than a good swim or 
a gabfest with Barbara and 
Sue. Jeannie is looking ahead 
to college next year. 
Activities: Minor Art Staff 4; 
Library Council 3. 4; Pep Squad 
3, 4; Homeroom Representative 3; 
Student Council 4. 



THOMAS RYAN 

13 Palmer Street 
Honors 

"hi deeds of mischief he often 
has a hand." 

Mention politics and you're 
sure to see our Student Coun- 
cil vice-president come run- 
ning. Democracy, French, 
and C.Y.O. meetings with Jim 
and Tony keep this steak-eater 
busy. Tom especially likes the 
variety of courses and the co- 
operation of the teachers at 
W.H.S. Boston College or 
Tufts and later a career in 
government are in Tom's 
plans for the future. 
Activities: Student Council 3, 4; 
Mirror Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 
3. 4; Latin Club 4. 



DIANE RYNN 
349 Warren Street 
Honors 

"To be an artist is a great 
thing." 

"What a panic!" yells colorful 
"Di." "Those crazy Senior 
Play rehearsals" are unforget- 
table to vibrant "Celia" say 
Marsh, Janet and all the 
"group." "Poor left-handed 
Di" plans to major in English 
and journalism in college. We 
know she'll be a success in 
whatever she does. 
Activities: Senior Play 4; Mirror 
Literary Staff 4; French Club 3, 
4; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Red Cross Representative 3, 4. 




The money from our talent show will 




IRENE SAMWAYS 
24 Chester Lane 
Clerk Typist 

"Laughter rides sparkling in 
her eyes." 

Irene occasionally finds time 
to interrupt her busy schedule 
to enjoy Chinese and Italian 
food with her good friends, 
Linda, Muriel and Margie. She 
looks forward to attending 
I.B.M. or a business school 
after graduation. Best of luck- 
to this active senior. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Mr. 
Husson's Staff 3; Library Council 
3, 4; Talent Show 4. 



HENRY SAN SOUCIE 

15 Diane Drive 

Billerica 

Vocational 

"Enthusiasm is the genius of 

sincerity." 

"Strike!" cries Skip and Dave 

as all ten pins fall with the 

impact of "Sid's" ball. After a 

work out like that, "Sid" is 

ready for a steak dinner. 

What's his favorite subject? 

Theory, naturally. Shop comes 

next. Sid hopes for a bright 

future working at his trade. 

Good luck, Sid! 



STEPHEN SANTAMARIA 
77 Dale Street 
Accounting 

"Justice without wisdom is im- 
possible." 

"Saint" hopes to be flying 
high with the Air Force in the 
near future . . . enjoys eating 
lasagna with good friends Lar- 
ry and Pole . . . bowling, 
football, and money are "A-l 
O.K." with this senior. 
Activities: Football 2, 4; Prom 
Committee 3. 



M. SANDRA SANTOLUCITO 
14 Gale Street 
Honors 

"A sweet attractive kind of 
grace." 

If there's soft music playing. 
Sandy is sure to be there! 
Dreaming with Linda and Pat 
is her favorite pastime when 
she's not at C.Y.O. or enjoy- 
ing swimming classes. Math is 
undoubtedly Sandy's favorite 
subject, and she plans to con- 
tinue this interest at B.C. 
Activities: Mirror Co-Editor 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4, 
President 4; Thayer Academy Sum- 
mer Science Program 3; Deutscher 
Verein 2, 3, 4. 





MARTIN SCAFIDI 

27 Guinan Street 

Accounting 

"Here is a friend abot e all 

price. " 

"Is that ri.uht?" exclaims 

Marty to his friends Pete and 

Chuck . . . likes "the girls" 

best at W.H.S. . . . plans to 

attend Bentlty after he gets 

his diploma. 

Act hit ii r: N.i-kctball 3. 



finance next year's foreign exchange student. 



ALEXANDER SCALIS1 

69 Prospect Street 

faff // 
"He h < tcr loyal t<> a frit 
"Don't cha kn SB] s 

rv" when asked what his 
favorite sublet is "English, of 
COUISe." Study periods really 
rate with this car cnthi: 
lOO. "Tooty" spends most of 
his time reading car craft mag- 
a/mes with Ed and Richie. 
After graduation he hop. 

become I Marine 

nee Club 2; French 
Club - 



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JOHN SCALZI 

77 Lunda Street 
College U 

"He replies. T can.'" 
Friendly "Scuzzy" comes to 
WHS. from Newton High 
... is active in the Boys' 
Club and his church youth 
group . . • enjoys reading and 
skating with Bob and Bill 
. likes history classes and 
the student body best at 
W.H.S. . . . plans a career 

in salesmanship. Best of luck, 

"Scuzzy!" 




LAWRENCE SELIG 

755 Beaver Street 

Clerk Typist 

"Wit makes its own 

come.'' 

"Lou," as he 

friends Steve 



iv el- 



is known to his 
and Ron, likes 
math and the girls best at 
W.H.S. The bowling team 
and turkey rate high on this 
popular senior's list, whose 
hobbies include drags and 
cars. Best of luck to this 
former North Juniorite. 
Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 
3; Talent Show 2. 




Excellence among Waltham High students is rewarded 




ELAINE SEMENCHUCK 

89 Vernon Street 
Stenographic 

"And her hair is like sun- 
shine." 

Elaine can be seen eating 
lunch with friends Karen and 
Charlene . . . enjoys short- 
hand and Mr. Garrahan's Eng- 
lish classes . . . future plans 
include secretarial work. Good 
luck, Elaine. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2. 



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DONNA SENNETT 
138 Massasoit Street 
College 1 

"Her delicate feet in the dance 
twinkle round." 
Blue-eyed Donna, who comes 
to W H S. from South Junior, 
is active in C.Y.O. P.J. parties 
hit the spot with this perky 
senior, and working on the 
210 staff is a close second. 
Donna, who can often be seen 
with Linda and Kathy, really 
loves her French classes 
Activities: 210 Staff 4; Pep Squad 
3 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Play Committee 4; Talent Sho* 
3, 4. 



JUDITH SHADRAWY 
87 Rosehill Way 
College I 

"Laugh and the world laughs 
with you." 

This college bound senior is 
active in the C.Y.O. and loves 
swimming and dancing with 
Mary and Carol. A former 
North Juniorite, "Judy" ^en- 
joys French with Mr. "B." 
more than anything else at 

W.H.S. 

Activities: Pep Squad 3, 4; French 
Club 3, 4; Senior Play Committee 
4; Maroon Squad 4; Talent Show 
3, 4. 



MARIE SHANNON 
39 Beechwood Road 
Stenographic 

"Simplicity of character is the 
natural result of profound 
thought." 

Talented Marie is a gift of 
South Junior. Driving is high 
on her list of interests, along 
with English and friends 
Ginny and Nancy. Marie has 
fond remembrances of Mrs. 
McNeese and S-04 and high 
hopes for a secretarial posi- 
tion. Best of luck in the fu- 
ture! 
Activities: Mirror Art Staff 4. 




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y their admission to the National Honor Society. 




MARGARET SHAW 
45 Braemore Road 
College II 

"Golden h.iir. lik< sunlight 
streaming.'' 

"Aw. come on." says Margie 
to her friends Linda and Irene 
as she enjoys her favorite 
pastime, eating fried clams. 
At W.H.S. Margie particularly 
likes geometry with Mr. 
O'Brien. We wish you great 
success in junior college, 
Margie ! 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 
Weather Club 3; Pep Squad 2, J; 
Senior Play f; Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 2. 




RICHARD SHEARD 
628 Moody Street 
Accounting 

"L.ub moment is the nn 
plan of two eternities." 
Dick hails from South Jun- 
ior .. . works on cars in his 
spare time with Moose and 
Chas . . . always smiles when 
he thinks of all the friends 
he's made at W.H.S. . . . 
after putting in his time for 
Uncle Sam. Dick's off to col- 
lege. 




ERNEST SILVA 
200 Forest Street 
College 11 

"His wit is quick and catt 
"Ernie" can be found at par- 
ties with Eddie and Dobbi. 
His outside interests include 
the C.Y.O. and Boys' Club, 
and among his favorite t 
art steak and ice cream. Best 
of luck after graduation from 
W.H.S., "Ernie." 

Acthiin- Maroon Squad i; Crim- 
son Key 4; Junior Prom ' 
mittee 3; Senior Prom Committee 

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RONALD SILVA 
200 Forest Street 

Collegt U 

"His humor has no limit hut 

"Hi Ho" asks, 'Where's my 
key?" This lanky senior prob- 
ably left it in the linker 
room at Lean Field, where 

he worked out for our toot- 
ball team. Debbie and Trigger 
find him cooking up a storm 
or drinkin.c chocolate frappes 
Weekends are favorites oi 

this future soldiei 
Activities: Football -\ J, I; Ma- 
roon Squad i. Audio-Visual 

' net's Club i. 



I DMOND SIMMONS 
5 i Wayn< Avenue 
Collegt II 

i 
>." 
Ed likes "scOQting" around on 

his motor suiter with Bryan 
and Scott answers ( 
what ' to everything 
enjoys the food in the *atete 
tia At home among tlu ust 
tubes. Ik rates chemistrj al 

the top i'i Ins list ,.( favorites 

Best ot luck at collegt I 



\NI SIMONI 1 I I 

si 7 Warren Sim I 
eh > I Typist 

/; l ■ :, 
ter." 

Jeanne loves watei skiing And 
roller-skating vv.th Pat and 
Barbara .:<. 

rate high with this business 
Course nninr avid sup- 

porter of the Senior I'lav 
I B M school or business 
lege lies ahead for Jeanne 



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Harmonizing in French adds to French club meetings. 



ALVIN SMITH 
94 Hardy Pond Road 
Vocational 

"Merit and good breeding will 
make their way everywhere." 
"That's it!" says Al as he 
slams the hood down on his 
current conquest. To this auto 
club member every broken and 
dented car is a beautiful vision. 
Oddly enough, Al wants to be 
a carpenter. Along with Roger 
and John, he thinks that lunch 
will never be the same in 
the W.H.S. cafe with the class 
of '63 leaving. 



BARBARA SMITH 
35 Wamsutta Avenue 
Accounting 

"Sincerity and truth are the 
basis of every virtue." 
"What is the story?" inquires 
happy Barbara. Her favorite 
class is English, and outside 
of school she enjoys swim- 
ming. A career in bookkeeping 
awaits Barbara, whose chums 
include Kathy and Judy. 
Activities: Cafeteria Squad 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3. 



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BRIAN SMITH 
83 Woodland Road 
College I 

"Fate tried to conceal him by 
naming him Smith." 
"You're only kidding. I hope!" 
is Brian's favorite quote. Ben, 
as he is called by "Coach" and 
Johnnie, is an active member 
of the Waltham Youth Coun- 
cil. The relaxed atmosphere 
of W.H.S. pleases him the 
most. Ben plans to enter col- 
lege in September. 
Activities: Youth Council 3, 4; 
Rifle Club 2. 



DANA SMITH 
157 Riverview Avenue 
College II 

"The secret of success is con- 
sistancy to purpose." 
A friend to all, that's Dana 
. . . loves traveling and horse- 
back riding with Billy and 
Bert . . . everyone agrees that 
in college Dana will drive his 
way to the top in his white 
convertible. Good luck always 
from W.H.S. 

Activities: Homeroom Represent- 
ative 2; Red Cross Representative 
3; Junior Prom 'Committee 3. 



ELON SOLTES 
15 Cedar Hill Lane 
Honors 

"Everything in his vicinity 
freshens into smiles." 
When he is not studying his- 
tory, Elon can be found hur- 
rying to the Waltham Youth 
Council meeting or swim- 
ming with Mark and Scott. 
Well known to his friends 
for his sense of humor, he 
is interested in photography 
and art. We know he will 
continue these interests in 

college. 

Activities: Swimming Team 3, 4; 
Waltham Youth Council 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4; French Club 3. 



JO-ANN SOZANSKI 

23 Lakeview Avenue 
College II 

"She is a maid of artless 
grace." 

If you ask "Joe" whether it's 
true that she dislikes pizza, 
she'll cry, "You're a nut!" 
Sally and Pat reveal they think 
Jo will go into nurse's train- 
ing and then specialize in the 
care of the retarded. Right 
now she thinks her English 
classes are tops. 

Activities: F.T.A. 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Pep 
Squad 3. 



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STEPHEN SPAULDING 

91 Villa Street 
Accounting 

"He favored us with smiles." 
Steve, with pals Chas and 
Moose, likes to work on cars 
after school hours. Any other 
spare time he has is usually 
spent at the Boys' Club. Steve 
enjoys bookkeeping and work- 
ing with Miss Balch's business 
machines. He hopes to use this 
valuable experience in a busi- 
ness college and someday be- 
come a Certified Public Ac- 
countant. Good luck. Steve! 




MARY STANKARD 
255 South Street 
College 1 

"Laughter nukes her face 
shine." 

"You're kidding!" shouts 
Mary while leading the 
WHS. cheerleaders. This for- 
mer North Juniorette says 
U.S. history is tops at W.H.S. 
. . . loves eating clams with 
Anne and "A" . . . future 
plans include a nursing career 
at St. Elizabeth's Hospital. 
Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4, Cap- 
tain 4; Pep Squad 2; Talent Show 
3. 4; Maroon Squad 3, 4; Senior 
Play Committee 4; Minor Staff 4. 



LORRAINE STANTON 
248 Brown Street 
Collet II 

"A happy life consists in tran- 
quility of mind." 
Palm trees swaying softly in 
the breeze and tropical splen- 
dor all around are the hopes 
of Laurie, who plans to attend 
the I'niversity of Hawaii. 
When not otherwise occupied 
with music or dancing. Laurie 
can be found at Rainbow meet- 
ings. May all your showers 
have shining rainbows, Laurie! 
Activities: Pep Squad 2. J, i. 
Student Council Representative 3; 
Talent Show 3: Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Dramatics Club 2. 



ROBERT STEMPSON" 
1 54 Russell Street 
Technical 

"He gives and takt I ./ 
joke." 

"Bone" is a real champ when 
it comes to running, so track 
and cross country are naturally 
his special interests. For him 
math and our math depart- 
ment instructors are the best" 
part of W.H.S. Friendly 
"Trombone Bob" can be seen 
with Phil and Dick. After 
graduation Bob hopes to run 
for Harvard or Yale. 
Activities: Track 2. J, I; Band 
2. 3, -); Electronics Club 2. 4; 
National Honor Society J. *■ 
Tech Seminar 2, 3. 




ADRIENNE STEVENS 
81 Ellery Road 
College I 

"Bright is her face with 
ttnilt t." 

Sporty "A" loves any activity 
out in the wide open spaces. 
An active member of Rainbow 
and vice-president of the Fu- 
ture Teachers of America, she 
often has to say "later" as she 
dashes to another meeting of 
the senior play business com- 
mi t tee. Plymouth State Teach- 
ers' College and a career in 
Physical Education are "A's" 
top goals. 

1 i \ v I, Vice Pres 

ident I; French Club }, I; Senior 

Play Committe G rls' Sports 

-'. J, I; Mirror Staff I; Cafeteria 

Squ.ld J. 



si sAWI STEWART 
82 Canterbury Read 
Collegt I 

"The curtain C'inn \ down on 
a smih ." 

Warm hearted . . . good stu- 
dent . . . tall . . . good com- 
pany . . . pleasing personal itv 
. . . likes kids at WHS. . . . 
finds French class "trcs bon" 
. . . Rainbow girl . . . Sim- 
mons and nursing in the fu- 
ture . frequently says. "Oh. 
you're kidding" . . has tons 

of luck on her side. 
Activities National Honor Society 
niot Play I; Dramatic] 
( lub 3; Pep Squad ["alent 

Show Committee 2. I; Miri ■ 

ay and Subscription Staff] 




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SHARON STRUM 
89 Marlborough Road 
College I 
, | "Life is what you make of it." 

Lorraine and Elaine are close 
companions of this future 
math teacher. "Sha" loves ski- 
ing, Rainbow, and working 
on bloodmobiles. She'll never 
forget those exciting hockey 
games when her cheers led 
Waltham on to victory. After 
graduation "Sha" heads for 
college. We know she'll do 
well. 

Activities: National Honor Society 
3, 4; Future Teachers of America 
3, 4; Hockey Cheerleader 3, 4; 
Mirror Staff 4; Talent Show 3. 



ROBERT SWANSON 
112 Edgewater Drive 
Vocational 

"His soul is sincere." 
"The kids are tremendous at 
W.H.S." says "Twiggy." 
When Chester and Alan are 
around, he's certain to say 
"double or nothing." Robert 
spends his spare time racing 
and repairing cars. Good luck 
in the future, Bob! 
Activities: Vocational Views 3. 



NANCY SUTER 
69 Charlotte Road 

Stenographic 

"The only path to a tranquil 
life is through virtue." 
North Junior is Nancy's alma 
mater. After graduation she 
plans to enter a career in the 
world of beauty as a hair- 
dresser, but right now she 
likes to dance the night away 
and then munch on a piece 
of pizza with Judy and Kathy. 
Activities: Talent Show 4; Pep 
Squad 3; Hockey Pep Squad 3, 4. 



GLENN TALBOT 

104 Myrtle Street 
College I 

"To him, his mind's a king- 
dom." 

"You gotta be kidding," ex- 
claims Glenn to his friends 
Mike and Jackie. He's happiest 
when swimming, bowling, or 
eating veal cacciatore. Ger- 
man club and the W-105 
Club rate with this future col- 
lege student. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4; 
Chess Club 3; Language Office 
Staff 4; Talent Show 4. 




ROBEN TALVY 
49 Harvard Street 
College II 

"His wit is gentle and bright." 
"Hey, Coachie!" yells "Talv" 
with a wide grin, "let's have 
a cheeseburger." Joined by 
friend Jim, the happy three- 
some talk of former days at 
N.J.H., of swimming, and of 
sports. The future promises 
college and a history major 
for friendly Roben. 
Activities: Swimming Team 4; 
Youth Council 3; Weather Club 3; 
Rifle Club 2; Debating Club 3. 

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JUNE TAYLOR 
474 Lexington Street 
College II 

"Energy and persistence con- 
quer all things." 
Friendly June enjoys Mr. Reyn- 
old's math classes and eco- 
nomics. She can be found talk- 
ing to Carolyn and Martha 
while busy with Rainbow and 
the Women's Club. In her 
spare time she likes to water 
ski. We wish her luck in the 

future as a nurse. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2; French 
Club 4; Main Office Staff 3, 4; 
Senior Play Committee 4; Girls' 
Sports 3, 4. 



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SUZANNE TAYLOR 
4l Villa Street 
College I 

"Not much talk; hers a sweet 
silence." 

This pretty senior with the 
beautiful red hair spends her 
spare time dancing and draw- 
ing with Jean and Jane. "Sue" 
enjoys both math and science 
at W.H.S. and plans a career 
in medical technology after 
college. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3, 4; 
Mirror Art Staff 2, 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Library Coun- 
cil 4. 



PHILIP TERI 
41 Amherst Avenue 
College II 

"A secret of success is consist- 
ency of purpose." 
Popular "Phil" comes to 
W.H.S. from L.S.J.H. Physics, 
C.Y.O. meetings and basket- 
ball with Russ take up most of 
his leisure time, but he always 
finds time to play his guitar. 
Phil is looking forward to at- 
tending Lincoln Institute for 
Civil Engineering. 
Activities: Senior Play Committee 
4; Talent Show Committee 3, 4; 
Mirror Advertising Staff 4; Mirror 
Representative 4; Audio-Visual 
Staff 2, 3, 4. 



LORRAINE THIBEAULT 
137 Temple Road 
College I 

"Tall, slender, graceful." 
A school of nursing awaits 
friendly "Lorrie" in Septem- 
ber. As vice-president of her 
C.Y.O. , she is kept busy dur- 
ing her out of school moments. 
Some of Lorraine's friends in- 
clude Jo and Sharon, who 
share her love for strawberry 

shortcake. 

Activities: National Honor Society 
3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Mirror 
Literary Staff 4; Chess Club 3; 
Class Day Usher 3. 



NORMAN THIDEMAW 
30 School Avenue 
College II 

"He that has patience may 
achieve anything." 
"Norm" hails from Billerica 
Memorial High. He hopes for 
a career in anthropology, but 
the college of his choice is 
indefinite as yet. World His- 
tory seems to top his study 
agenda. When Norman isn't 
working on his trains, he may 
be found chatting with John 
and Ron. 




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JUDITH THORNE 
2 1 Cherry Street 
College II 

"Her mood i< always affable, 
her m. nnnr always gentle." 
"Hey. kids," shouts "Judy" 
on her way to Mrs. Brown's 
English class with Nancy and 
June. This friendly senior 
spends her spare- time bowling 
and looks forward to becom- 
ing a secretary after gradua- 
tion. 

Activities: Girls' Sports 2. Talent 
Show I; Pep Squad 2: Main Of- 
fice Staff 1; Nurse's Staff 2. 



ALICE THURSTON 
^: Riven iew Avenue 
L. anting 

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life." 

Before Spending three years 
at \\ 11 v Alice attended 

schools in Maine . . . loves 
working in the main office 

. . . enjoys reading Linda and 
Man- tell us Alice is active 
in church fellowship. Business 
school and success lie ahead 
tor A 

i. Main 
Office Staff 4: Senior Play Com 
mittec I; Talent Show 



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NANCY TIRONE 

14 Oak Street 
Stenographic 

"Always true and faithful as 
can be." 

"As you wish" is the familiar 
cry of Nana - as she rushes to 
shorthand classes with Linda 
and Carol. Nancy's favorite 
hobbies are eating apples, 
bowling, and sketching. Nancy. 
an active member of the Sacred 
Heart C.Y.O., hopes to be- 
come a medical secretary after 
graduation. 

Activities: Library Council 3, 4, 
Executive Committee 4; Mirror 
Clerical Staff 4; Pep Squad 2, 3; 
Girls' Sports 2. 



LINDA TOBIN 

1473 Trapelo Road 
College II 

"The world is always ready to 
receive talent with open arms." 
"Wait a minute!" shouts 
"Kitten," as she is known to 
her cohorts the "unsepar- 
ables." Fried chicken, Miss 
Taylor's classes, skiing, and 
baseball rate tops on her list 
of "greats." Popular Linda 
plans to attend I.B.M. school 
in September. 
Activities: Talent Show 2 
Maroon Squad 4; Library 



3, 4; Senior Play 
Pep Squad 2, 3. 



3, 4; 

Council 

Committee 4; 




The long-anticipated Senior Prom is 




ERNESTINE TOMAO 

144 Prospect Street 
College II 

"The only way to hare a friend 
is to be one." 

"Ernie" enjoys Mr. Lynch's 
trigonometry classes at W.H.S. 
This ex-North juniorite is hap- 
piest when talking to Charlene 
and Carol and loves all Italian 
foods. She keeps busy with 
C.Y.A. and club work. After 
Framingham State College it's 
a career in teaching for this 
W.H.S. student. 
Activities: Future Teachers of 
America 3.- 4, Treasurer 4; Mirror 

a . Staff 4; Talent Show 4; French 

86 Club 3; Girls' Spotfs 3. 



ANDREW TONER 

12 Chamberlain Terrace 
College II 

"A winner never quits." 
Andy is probably one of our 
most popular seniors . . . can 
often be heard saying, "Oh, 



forget it!' 



enjoys girls, 



football, and submarine sand- 
wiches. Andy is looking for- 
ward to a college education 
after graduation. 
Activities: Football 2, 3; Crimson 
Key 4; Maroon Squad 4. 



JUNE TOROYAN 
164 Warren Street 
Clerk Typist 

"Friends are bom, not made." 
"June-Bug," as she's affection- 
ately called by Joyce and 
Nancy, could bowl or eat 
roast beef any time . . . shouts 
"Hey, kids! Wait for me!" 
while rushing through our 
ever-crowded tunnel . . . the 
future holds a career as a 
medical secretary. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
Talent Show 4; Hockey Pep Squad 
3, 4. 



RONALD TROTT 

38 Mayall Road 
College II 

"One wise man's verdict out- 
weighs all the fools." 
"Roni" likes trig and 2:30 
best at W.H.S. ^s vice-pres- 
ident of the Rifle Club, treas- 
urer of his church fellowship, 
a member of the Y.M.C.A. 
and the A.V. Staff this active 
senior is kept busy. College 
is in Ron's future. 
Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. 
Vice-President 4; Audio-Visual 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Mirror Business 
Staff 4. 




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JEANETTE TRANCHITA 
88 Russell Street 
Stenographic 

"Sweet was the light of her 
eyes." 

Novels concerning the field of 
medicine are the natural choice 
of this future nurse. Jeanette 
will miss the study periods 
with Mary and Bunny at 
W.H.S. . . . but consoles her- 
self by enjoying some spa- 
ghetti or steak. English class 
is "also a favorite of this St. 
Mary's C.Y.O. member. Best 
of luck always ! 

Activities: Guidance Office Staff 
3; Mirror Clerical Staff 4; Usher- 
ette Open House 3. 4; Girls' 
Sports 2; Cafeteria Squad 2. 




PAULINE TUCCIO 
916 Main Street 
Stenographic 
"Her merry dark eyes." 
Whenever there's a party or 
Chinese food, one is very like- 
ly to see "Tooch" enjoying 
herself to the utmost with 
friends Ann and Christine. 
This active senior hails from 
North Junior High and hopes 
to attend John Robert Powers 
School after graduation. 
Act/iilies: Senior Play Usherette 
4; Talent Show 3; Mirror Art 
Staff 4: Mirror Clerical Staff A- 
Football Pep Squad 4. 




RALPH VACCA 
45 Thornton Road 
College 11 

"Live gaily; We can always 
jind time to grow old." 
Trig, solid, baseball, and girls 
are tops on the long list of 
favorites at W.H.S. for Ralph. 
"Elfago," as he is often called, 
comes to us from St. Mary's 
High and plans to enter col- 
lege after graduation. Ralph 
can usually be seen eating 
Italian food with friends Mike 
and Bob. 



BERNARD VANARIA 
176 Newton Street 
College II 

"No one knows what he can 
do until he t< 

What's the scoop?" Barney asks 
Mike. Steve, and Dick while plan- 
ning another fishing trip. Barney, 
who luils from South Junior, likes 
the football team and the science 
labs most of all at W.H.S. On the 
way to chemistry and physics 
classes the word steak is bound 
to be heard in conversation. Out- 
side of school Barney keeps active 
in the Sons of It.ily. Future plans 
include engineering. 
Activities: Football 3; Red Cross 
Representative I; Senior Play Rep- 
resentative I; Student Council 
Representative 2. 



JEANNE VARLEY 
195 Adams Street 
Typist 

"She understood and practiced 
honest) in all things." 
This former South Juniorite 
enjoys lunch in the new cafe- 
teria with Mary and Dianne 
between typing il.iss and law. 
"leannie's" free time is spent 
horseback riding with her 

friends. Good luck, Jean 

Atthhies: Pep Squ.nl .'. Cafeteria 
Squad 3; Talent Show Committee 
5< nioi PI r. Committee 3: 
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It you don't recognize this lad 

by name at first, it may be 
because you know this Joe 

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haps you have seen him bowl- 
ing with Rick and Frank or 
attending CY.O. meetings. 
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The seniors reign supreme over the underclassmen for a day: 
Senior Day. 



JOANNE VINCUILLA 
5 Calvary Street 
Clerk Typjst 

"Her life is full of fun." 
After horseback riding or 
swimming with Sally and 
Mary, "Jo" is ready for a 
thick submarine sandwich and 
a hot piece of pizza. Typing 
and activity periods are fa- 
vorites for this senior at 
W.H.S. Future plans fluctuate 
between attending I.B.M. 
school or becoming a secre- 
tary. Good luck, "Jo." 
Activities: Red Cross Represent- 
ative 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 4. 



LINDA VITALE 
12 Gorham Street 
College II 
"Beauty is charm." 
"Really!" laughs pretty Linda 
to Donna and Agnes. Leaping 
far off the ground, this foot- 
ball cheerleader yells for dem- 
ocracy. While she plans for 
college, Linda keeps busy with 
the senior play, talent show, 
and French club. 
Activities: Cheerleader 4; Maroon 
Squad 4; Talent Show 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Pep Squad 
2, 3. 




RICHARD VITALE 
174 Brown Street 
College II 

"Endurance is a crowning 
quality ." 

"Let's find Tom" is the oft 
spoken quote of Dick. "Little 
Mr. Footnote," as he is known 
by W.H.S. football fans, loves 
eating lobster and going to 
Mr. Donovan's English classes. 
Dick hopes to begin a college 
career next September. 
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 3, 4; Maroon Squad 4; Talent 
Show 4. 



FATIHA WADUD 
132 Church Street 
College I 

"The friend of every country 
and every countryman." 
Friendly . . . twinkling brown 
eyes . . . quick to learn habits 
at W.H.S. . . . Pakistani food 
rates high . . . football games 
arouse her spirit . . . U.S. 
history intrigues her . . . plans 
to become a lawyer. She has 
out best wishes always. 
Activities: Pep Squad 4; News- 
paper Column 4; A.F.S. Program 
4; Senior Play Committee 4. 



FRANCES WAHT 
74 Augustus Road 
Honors 

"It was her thinking of others 
that made you think of her." 
Frances can often be seen walk- 
ing on the "Campus" at 
W.H.S. with Janet and Ann. 
A lover of Latin, she enjoys 
classes with Mrs. Keenan and 
the Latin Club. After gradua- 
tion this C.Y.O. member will 
take toga in hand and head 
toward college. 
Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; French Club 3; Lan- 
guage Lab 3, 4. 



STEPHEN WAITKUNAS 
20 Townsend Street 
Vocational 

"He will give the world some- 
thing worth listening to." 
"How 'bout that," says "Scoop- 
er" to his friends Butch and 
Fred. Architectural drawing 
rates an "A" as does the new 
cafeteria. Steve's spare time is 
spent on music. After grad- 
uation he hopes to become a 
contractor. 



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KENNETH WALSH 

92 Arcadia Avenue 

College I 

"The wildest manners with 

the bravest heart." 
College and social service 
work are part of "Ken's" 
future plans. A well-liked sen- 
ior, he is treasurer of the 
Deutsche Verein and vice-pres- 
ident of the National Honor 
Society. Latin and the teachers 
at W.H.S. really rate with 
"Ken." Popularity and success 
will surely follow him. 
Activities: National Honor Society 
3, 4, Vice-President 4; German 
Club 3, i. Treasurer 4; Latin 
Club 3, 4. 



JANICE WAUGH 
48 Dexter Street 
Clerk Typist 

"The heart of the giver makes 
the gift dear and precious." 
"See ya soon" is the familiar 
cry of pretty "Jan." Jan's fav- 
orite class is English and one 
of her favorite hobbies is sew- 
ing. This pretty lass is an 
active member of the C.Y.O. 
and C.Y.A. and plans to be 
an office secretary in the near 
future. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Girls' 
Sports 2. -i\ Red Cross Represen- 
tative 3. 



I. RICHARD WELLMAN 
1490 Trapelo Road 
College 11 

"Great persons are able to do 
great kindnesses." 
Democracy with Mrs. Patter- 
son is "Dick's" favorite at 
W.H.S. He finds extra cur- 
ricula pleasures in boating and 
fishing. This church fellow- 
ship president is proud to in- 
clude a term in the Air Force 
in his future plans. After the 
service he hopes to go on to 
college. Best of luck. Dick! 



CHARLES W I'VI WORTH 
46 Francis W'ym.in Road 
"He drifts gently down 
tides of sleep." 

The friendly atmosphere at 
W.H.S. is added to by 
"Chuck." He looks unkindly 
at those who are unfriendly 
and will come up with an ex- 
pression such as. "What are- 
you. some kind of nut?" The 
service awaits him after grad- 
uation. 

Activities: Safety Committee 
Vocational VieU'i i; Open House 
Usher 3. 




RICHARD WESTON 
29 Candace Avenue 
"Nothing is useless to the man 
of sense." 
College 11 

As captain of our football 
team, Dick gets just as muddy 
and wet as the rest of the 
team; but just the same when 
you ask him if he likes sports, 
he says, "Yah, I do." Our 
terrific student teachers will 
always leave a lasting im- 
pression. Dick plans to attend 
Boston University after grad- 
uation. 

Activities: Football 2. 3. 4, Co- 
Capt.iin i; Hockey 2. 3, I; Track 
3. I. 



JANET WHELAX 
90 Hardy Pond Road 
Hon 

"We heard tba laughter of 
her heart." 

Janet enjoys Latin classes with 
Mrs. Keenan and driver road 
most at WHS. She comes to 
us from Lexington Street Jun- 
ior High and is active in her 
C.Y.O. In her spare time she- 
goes horseback riding with 
Bebe and Frances. Future 
plans include an advertising 

e in c r attc r college. 

Actiir I it:n Club 2. \ \. 

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Literal i; Main Office 

Staff 4; Senior Pl.iv Cast I, News- 

paper Statt l; Pep Squad 2, 

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THOMAS WHITE 
75 Greenwood Lane 
College II 

"As he thinks in his heart, so 
is he." 

Coming from Lexington Street 
Junior High, "Whitey" is 
active in the Boys' Club. He 
can usually be seen eating 
roast beef, his favorite food, 
with Charlie and Bob. 
"Whitey" enjoys history, and 
sports at W.H.S. and plans 
to attend college after grad- 
uation. Good luck! 
Activities: Football 3; Talent Show 
3, 4. 



JEANNE WHITNEY 
7B Hansen Road 
Accounting 

"Her small courtesies sweeten 
life:' 

A fan of the rotating schedule, 
this cheerful senior enjoys 
democracy and bookkeeping. 
Linda and Alice report that 
Jeanne's free time is spent 
bowling or attending M.Y.F. 
meetings. Jeanne plans to do 
office work next year. Best of 
luck, Jeanne. 

Activities: Cafeteria 'Squad 4; Mir- 
ror Subscription Staff 4; Mirror 
Representative 4. 



JOSEPH WILLIAMS 
9 Elm Avenue 
Technical 

"As a wit, he is second to 
none." 

Joe will never forget trig 
classes . . . W.H.S. will never 
forget Joe's good natured 
pranks or his crazy hats at 
football games . . . partners- 
in-fun are Jim and Phil. When 
you hear the blare of a hi-fi 
set, there you will find Joe, 
who plans to be America's 
number one aeronautical en- 
gineer. 

Activities: Alirror Co-Editor 4; 
Senior Play 4; Crimson Key 4; 
Rifle Club 2; Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 3; Talent Show 4, Com- 
mittee Chairman 4. 



MAX WILLSCHER 
17 Augustus Road 
Honors 

"Follow your calling, no mat- 
ter how various your talents 
may be." 

Popular Max is very busy as 
president of the German Club 
and his C.Y.O. The kids at 
W.H.S. please him most, but 
he also enjoys* trigonometry 
classes, say his friends Ted and 
Tony. The future plans of this 
Lexington Street Junior High 
alumnus are centered on col- 
lege. 

Activities: National Honor Society 
3, 4; Debating Club 3, 4; Ger- 
man Club 3, 4, President 4; Boys' 
State Representative 4; Football 
2, 4; Track 2, 3,- 4, Captain 4. 







CHARLES WILSON 

57 Warwick Avenue 
College II 

"The brave man carves out his 
i irlune." 

This college-bound senior hails 
from Lexington Street Junior 
High. "Charlie," as he is called 
by friends Rick, Bob, and 
Whitey, enjoys tinkering with 
cars. During Charlie's stay at 
WHS.. English with Mr. 
Collins got an A+ rating on 
his list of favorites. All the 
best in the future, Charlie! 
Activities: Football 2, 3; Maroon 
Squad 4; Crimson Key 4; Swim- 
ming Team 3; Track 2. 

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JERALDINE WISE 
75 Fuller Street 
College I 

"Zealous, yet modest: patient 
of toil." 

"Jerri" comes to us from South 
Junior and hopes to go on to a 
career in nursing. This mem- 
ber of the New England Fed- 
eration of Temple Youth is 
also an avid pizza lover. Vaca- 
tions in New Hampshire bring 
fond remembrances to "Jerri" 
as do lab classes. Vivian and 
Nancy are first to wish her lots 
of luck. 

Activities: French Club 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 3; Pep Squad 3; Latin Club 
2. 




Graduation — June 6, 1963: The close of our high 





DORIS WOOD 
53 Piedmont Avenue 
College II 

".{ pleasing countenance is no 
slight advantage." 
Doris, who comes to W.H.S. 
from Lexington Junior High, 
can usually be found bowling 
with Sue and Mary . . . rates 
economics with Mr. Gilliam 
as tops . . . keeps active with 
Rainbow committee meetings 
. . . future plans include busi- 
ness school. Good luck, Doris! 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Talent 
Show 4; Senior Prom Decorating 
Committee -i. 



JOSEPH WORCESTER 

205 Putnam Street 
College II 

"As %ood natured as any you'll 
find." 

This future college man loves 
the 2:30 bell at W.H.S. Steve 
and Dan tell us Joe is a re- 
cording bug . . . can be heard 
saying. "Two for all, but none 
for one" ... is glad W.H.S. 
offers a .course in personal 
typing. 

Activities: Recording Club -i; 
Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, -i; Dra- 
matics Club 2.3. 



ROBERTA 

WORTHINGTON 

7 Endicott Street 
College II 

"Good humor makes all things 
tolerable." 

Why does "Bobbi" like S.P. 
and summer vacations on Cape 
Cod? "Just because," or so 
she tells Barb and Judy . . . 
also enjoys eating ice cream 
at all three lunches. Bay State 
Academy awaits this lively 
senior. Good luck. "Bobbi." 
Activities: 210 Staff i; MonitOl 
■i; Talent Show 3. i; Pep Squad 
2. 3, i. Vice-President 4: Junior 
Prom Committee 3: Class Day and 
Graduation Usherette 3. 



JANE YOUNG 
30 Caldwell Road 
Hon 

"Greatly gifted is she n h 
an artistic hand." 
"Wheee ' laughs lively 

"Janie" with friends Sandy 
and Betsy. Energy-plus, she 
enjoys Mr. Benedict's German 
classes, activity periods. Stu- 
dent Council, and sewing. Be- 
yond the walls of W.H.S 
Jane is a member of C.Y.A. 
and a future student at the 
Rhode Island School of De- 
sign. 

•■■i r: German Club 2. J, I; 
Student Council -i. Secretary i; 
Mm -i Art Suit 3. N - r Play 
Committee i; Junior Prcim Com- 
mittee 3; Pep Squad 2, V 







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s.WDRA YOING 

sj Weston Street 

Collt 1 1 / 

"Laughing, the warm-hearted 

beauty." 

Activity periods are whiled 

away happily by Sandy, the 

girl with the delightful sense 

of humor. She eni<>\s every- 
thing edible with Jane and 
Betsy, Playing the piano rates 

tops with this genial senior 
We wish her the best of luck 

in college 

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man Club J, I; Pep Squid 2. >, i. 



ROBERT YURK1 - 
i 10 Circle Drive 
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der." 

As captain of the golf team. 
Bob can be seen teeing 
for trig or for submarines with 
Sumner and Dave. This good- 
looking senior's plans include 
a liberal arts education at the 
Universitj I v ssachusetts 
Best of luck, B 

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GARY ZACHER 

1173 Trapelo Road 

Vocational 

"Responsibility walks hand in 

hand with capacity and 

power." 

Zach looks at his friends Paul 

and Eddy and says, "What's 

wrong with you?" Usually 

nothing bothers him and he 

likes all the kids. In the future 

he will surely succeed. 



JOSEPH ZANCO 
155 River Street 

Vocational 

"Our chief wisdom is know- 
ing our faults that we may 
correct them." 

In the electronic lab Joe ex- 
cels. He enjoys theory, and 
his outside interest is cars, In 
the future Joe looks forward 
to work and further schooling. 
"How about that!" is assur- 
edly his favorite statement. 
Good luck in the future, Joe! 
Activities: Cafeteria Squad 4; 
Audio-Visual Staff 4. 



STEPHEN BRADBURY 
51 Gore Street 
College I 

Steve attended Jonathan 
Bright in his early days, and 
more recently, South Junior. 
He cannot say he has any par- 
ticular favorites in the line of 
food; almost anything can ap- 
pease this boy's appetite, re- 
mark his friends Dave and 
Rich. Early dismissals are 
Steve's pet joy. After gradua- 
tion he hopes to attend col- 
lege. Good luck, Steve! 

CHESTER CAPONI 
14 Underwood Park 
Business 

This former South Juniorite is 
active in C.Y.O. . . . can be 
found eating cheese with Fred 
and Jackie . . . loves driving 
. . . plans include college. 
Good luck, Chester! 
Activities: Homeroom Represent- 
ative 2, 3. 

PAUL CHISHOLM 
26 Ladd Street 
Vocational 

Paul usually says, "Eorget it" 
to everything but blueberry pie 
which he loves. Fixing his car 
takes up much of his time, but 
he likes gym also. When Paul 
gets to school, he heads for 
the drafting department where 
he prepares for his future as a 
builder. 

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BARBARA COLLETTE 
142 Lowell Street 
Stenographic 
"Get out of here," 
"Huby" to friends .Evie 
Carol when she doesn't agree 
with something. She'll agree to 
bowling and dancing though. 
Typing, homeroom period, and 
study periods are favorites of 
Bertha's at W.H.S. In the 
future "Huby" hopes to be a 
secretary. 

WILLIAM GRAY 

1097 Main Street 
College 11 

"Willie's" special interests in- 
clude cars and homeroom 
period. Fried clams constitute 
his favorite snack, which he 
enjoys with friends Larry and 
Bob. After graduation "Wil- 
lie" plans to enter the service 
or go to work. Good luck, 
"Willie!" 

THOMAS GRONDIN 

31 Potter Road 
College II 

Friendly "Tom" looks forward 
to college after graduation 
from W.H.S. , but while he's 
still here, he enjoys democracy 
and the rotating schedule. In 
his free time he can be found 
participating in all sports with 
his friends Joe and Paul at the 
Boys' Club. 



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Activities: Baseball 3, 4; 
ball 2; Weather Club 2. 



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HERBERT KELLEY 
108 Hibiscus Avenue 
College II 

"Herb" comes to us 
of Lexington Street 
High and will answer "Uncle 
Sam's" call after graduation. 
The cafeteria is his favorite 
place at W.H.S., but "Herb- 
is disappointed that fried clams 
aren't served there. Math class 
is also rated highly by this 
bowling and fishing enthusiast. 
Friends Donald and Steve wish 
"Herb" the best of luck in the 
future. 

Activities: Football Manager 2, 
3, 4. 

BARBARA KROM 
28 Hiawatha Avenue 
Clerk Typist 

Former Lexington Street 
Juniorite "Barb" enjoys busi- 
ness law classes best at Wal- 
tham High. Her friends Mary 
Alice and Carol who also 
share her love for dancing, 
know that she will be a suc- 
cessful secretary in the future. 
Good luck, "Barb!" 
Activities: Talent Show 3. 

PHILIP PILLA 

45 Clark Street 

College II 

"Anchors aweigh!" is the cry 

of this Navy-bound senior. 



DAVID ZENO 

7 Joyce Road 
Honors 

"Wit is the only wall be- 
tween us and the dark." 
As one of the most popular 
and most talkative members of 
the senior class, "Early Bird" 
uses his love for words as the 
vice-president of the Debating 
Society. As Jim knows, when 
David is not studying math, 
he can be seen running from 
a Youth Council meeting to 
the Boys' Club to church choir 
practice. Best of luck in col- 
lege. 

Activities: Debating Society 3, 4, 
Vice-President 4; Math Club 3, 
4; Secretary of Senior Class 4; 
Newspaper Staff 3; Dramatics 
Club 3. 

Work in the civil defense has 
kept Phil on the alert. Bobby 
and Wayne usually find this 
lad working on a two-way ra- 
dio in his spare time. The new 
cafe is tops with Phil, and 
food reminds him immediately 
of his favorite, fried clams, of 
course ! Bons voyages, Phil ! 



ROBERT RAND 
116 Rose Hill Way 
College II 

An ardent lover of art, Bob's 
favorite subject at W.H.S. is 
art with Mr. Klein. In fact, 
this artistic lad plans to learn 
more in this line when he at- 
tends art school after gradua- 
tion. In his spare time Bob en- 
joys stock cars and racing with 
Dave and Bill. Good luck and 
prosperous drawing, Bob. 

DONALD STARBIRD 
129 College Farm Road 
Accounting 

"I give up!" exclaims "Big 
Daddy" when unsuccessful at 
bowling, golf, or cards. Don 
is a transfer frpm Watertown 
High and enjoys democracy 
classes the most at W.H.S. 
"Bones" and "Hubbes" will 
readily attest to Don's love of 
steak. In the future Don will 
go into restaurant work — to 
get more steak, naturally! 



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"We as individuals, as American citizens and 
as men of God, have both the skills and the 
soul to go forward in peace; and we shall 
attain these goals, and from these seek new 
goals, as yet undreamed of by man, in a never- 
ending quest for human dignity, ultimate mean- 
ing, and the Divine Will." 

PAUL JULIEN 

"Today, more than ever before, there is a 
great need for young men and women with the 
qualities of scholarship, character, leadership, 
and service. This is why membership in the 
National Honor Society is one of the highest 
honors that this school or any school can con- 
fer on its students. 

SANDRA SANTOLUCITO 

"Character is the key around which all other 
traits revolve. It is the stamp of individuality 
impressed by nature, education, or habit and 
is the basis for Leadership, Scholarship, and 
Service. It is the invisible magnet that guides 
one through life's temptations. As a person 
grows in character, his personality becomes in- 
creasingly attractive and beneficial to those 
around him." 

VIRGINIA NELSON 

"Our intellectual thirst is quenched by the 
waters of scholarship. However, intellectual 
thirst like physical thirst is recurrent, demand- 
ing new answers to new problems." 

GARY McELHINEY 

"Service is an integral part of our everyday 
life. People serving people make each day a 
more pleasant and rewarding one for all of 
us. Each and everyone of you must live as a 
pillar of the nation. Only you possess the 
ability to give a part of yourself. Always be 
eager to assist other people; go beyond the 
call of duty! be ever mindful of the common 
welfare." 

SUSANNE STEWART 

"Now it is up to us, the citizens of tomor- 
row, to continue this surge forward in our edu- 
cational system. We, as a nation, must not be 
satisfied with the progress we have made, but 
instead we must evaluate these new trends and 
use them to our best advantage . . . Mam 
promising college graduates would like to teach 
but simply can't afford to. Therefore it is up 
to us to make teaching a more attractive vo- 
cation in order that the increased enrollments 
are assured of a sufficient number of qualified 
teat hers." 

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Concern for others, a trait common to the members of the Class of 1963, 
has manifested itself in their takeover of the Peace Corps (by violent means, 
of course). 

We find "Sarge" Kirley, director of the corps, in his office dictating 
to his secretaries, Roseanne Cacciatore. Charlene LeFort, and Marcia Lickorai. 
With him is his chief promoter, "Boss Twig" Curry. The Boss reports that the 
wool-lined Peace Corps jackets aren't selling well in Pakistan, according to 
his underground representative, Fatiha Wadud. 

They confer with their top designers, Jane Young. Nancy Leonard, and 
Donovan Bonley. and after deliberation they decide to visit various outposts 
to determine what type of jacket would be most suitable. 

Phil Harris. Jeanette Munsey. and Jean Masse are at once dispatched to 
Ethopia. There they find Date "Tamba" Zeno and his assistants, Tom Ryan. 
Karen Carl/nan. and "Harry McElroy leading the natives in an exhibition 
of tree swinging. They were inspired to do this after watching an old Tarzan 
movie starring Ted Maretio and Cathy Martin. Tamba suggests a leopard 
skin jacket with oversized pockets for his bananas. 

In another part of the jungle, they find Charles W entworth and John Bab- 
stock teaching the natives how to convert an old 1968 Ford into a modern 
double reactor nuclear automobile. Charley and Babo insist that the jackets must 
be resistant to both grease and radioactivity. 

Cynthia Hignite, Steve Bradbury, and Linda Cannizzo, other Peace Corps 
representatives, on their way to Saudi Arabia, stop for a week in old London. 
They relax in their rooms at the Triple C Hotel run by Cocivera, Cormier, and 
Correia. Our representatives turn on TV to find that England's biggest 
broadcasting company is owned by Brennan, Vanaria, and Domings. better 
known as the BVD. They find British housewives doing their sitting up 
exercises to the cheerful voice of Gary McElhiney. During the commercial they 
discover that the fingers walking through the yellow pages belong to Judy 
Shadrawy. 

Stumbling out into the London fog, the group collides with Dick Lang, Dave 
Holl. and Bob Stempson. who are training for the 1976 Olympics. Really, 



boys! Are you still following President Kennedy's advice by taking 50 mile 
hikes? 

At the Edward O'Connell Airport, our representatives board the Saudi 
Arabia Special piloted by Mike Whitehouse and Richard Chiacchio. Charming 
stewardesses, Patricia Despres, Elaine Flynn, and Jean Simonetti welcome the 
passengers aboard. The group notices the unusual plaid socks worn by the 
girls and are told that Nancy Jaquith designed the socks especially for the 
airline. Shiek Demetrios Miminos and his dancing girls, Diane Rynn, Nancy 
Morabeto, Marcia Parkhurst. and Barbara Roberts, accompanied on the mando- 
lin by Madeline Coroniti, greet the delegates upon their arrival. They hear the 
cheery native cry. "Smock!" and see Mark Rosen, who leads them to his 
desert oasis. Mark tells them of his current project to improve the dental 
hygiene of the natives. His group, including Mary Powers, Paul Murphy, 
June Toroyan. and Mike McDaniel. had 60 per cent fewer cavities with 
Rick English toothpaste. Mark suggests a hooded jacket to keep sand off his 
neck. Looking around, they find John Roche spraying to kill mosquitoes with 
Grindrod insecticide. 

John Allen. Joan Annunziata. and John Pearson arrive in Rangoon, Burma, 
where Stew Anderson and Father Joe Bergantino are busy picking rice with 
Edward Misch and Bert Hanson. To boost rice production, Vivian Grasser 
is up in her company plane seeding the clouds. It's a good thing pharmacist 
Bob Curiy invented Super-Duper Dramamine airsickness pills. The district 
representative, Wayne Abbott, suggests that due to Vivian's success, a rubber- 
sized jacket is needed. 

Nancy Manni, Fred Micklay, and Sandy Young stop over at the Statler- 
DeVincent Hotel in Miami before leaving for Venezuela. They relax at 
poolside and watch Jude Keenan give swimming lessons to Cynthia Putnam, 
Ernestine Tomao, Sheila O'Neil, and Mary Nixon. Suddenly a crowd gathers 
in the hotel lobby. Fighting their way to the front, they see TV personalities 
Big Brother Dick Weston and "Miss Francis" of Ding Dong School, whom we 
know as Frannie Waht. 

Our delegates have to hurry off to catch the Queen Mary hydroplane, named 



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after Mar) Leonard. As Captain Phil Rhodes gives the order to cast off, 
social director Carol Rieichel is teaching Jean Murphy and Fnd Donald how 
to play shuffleboard. Going below, they are amazed to find that Fiank Beninali. 
Hl>!i\ Abbondanzio, and Sandra Ftn.iz.ii// have converted the ship into a float- 
ing pizza palace. The sea and the pizza didn't quite mix, so everyone soon 
finds himself under the care of the ship's nurses. Sue Stewart, Martha Child s, 
and Mauret n Rynn. 

Finally the ship docks in Caracas, and after a harrowing ride in a Ti.ii/cbil.t 
taxi, the group arrives at the Peace Corps office. Albert Peel, taking a siesta 
by the door, stirs slightly as our delegates walk by. Volunteer Kc >/ Walsh 
invites them to a skating exhibition, but at the rink they find John 1. 
Bob Drury, Roger Richard, and \ r /c/or Doucette very much disappointed because 
the ice had melted under the hot Venezuelan sun. 

Our delegates travel to the forest to visit with Carol Broun, the queen of 
the Amazons, and her tribe. S.u/d) Santolucito, Barbara Lombardi, and Sue 
Gnerre. They spy Jim Blaikie behind a pile of coffee beans telling jokes to 
the natives. "One. two. three, four . . ." "That noise you hear." explains 
Jim. "is my assistant. John Joyce, counting out 43 beans for every cup of old 
Nescafe. 

When they return to the city, our excited people find the streets crowded 
with ambassadors. "What's going on?" they wonder. They soon learn that 
the richest bullfighters in the country have gathered in town for their annual 
convention. The members of the Peace Corps are invited to the exclusive dinner 
on the last night of the convention to sit at the head table with the world- 
famous toreadors. Glenn Talbot and Dan McPherson. After dinner, the 
waiters wheel in a large, fancy cake, and who should pop out of the top but 
a former classmate. Anne O'Ki.. fe. 

Two weeks later "Sarge" Kirley decides that his representatives have been 
gone long enough, and he calls them back to Washington. At the Kitz-Tob/n. 
belle hoppettes Kathy Chaisson. Kathy McCullion, Linda Giardina, and Judy 
Thome, led by Joe Bradley, carry the delegates' bags to their suites. The 
group arrive in their rooms and turn on the television in time to see the 
Bergstrom twins do the Doublemint gum commercial. They are followed by 
The Weather" with Melody Johnson, sponsored by Old Goldstein Cigarette^ 



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After turning off the set. they hurry down to the Peace Corps Pep Rally held 
in the Janet Whelan Room. Mar) Stankard, B.nb.ir.i Bonn*.). Jane Hennings. 
Sharon Strum, and Maureen Cutler lead the cheering. Rost Mroszczyk, P..: Han- 
ley, Don Brannelly, Martha Herlihy, Jeannt Varle) and Jeannt Whittle) direct 
the installation of new Peace Corps members with the solemnity found in all 
WHS graduates. 

The time has come to decide on the fabric for Peace Corps jackets. William 
Range. Dick Viiale, and Bob Hohmanu, still known for their sharp thinking, 
put their heads together. "What we need." says Bob. "is a material suitabi 
every climate in the world." Finally it is Dick who finds the answer. Paul 
Julien, chief scientist of the Can. Carme, and Kulin Jacket Company, has 
worked months in his germ-free laboratories to perfect a substance which will 
meet our rigid requirements, and as a member oi the Class of 1963, he has 
consented to give us exclusive rights to his discovery. 'Wonderful''' agre< 
and William. "What is the name of the material?" Well." s.ns Dick. "The 
Steve Allen Show was always Paul's favorite program during his senior year 
at Waltham High School. In memory of that show, he lias named his new 
product "fern 

Production of fern-lined jackets began immediately, and thanks to the 
resourcefulness of the W'Hv (lass of 1963, another of the worlds problems 
was solved. 

Co-Prophets 

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Jane Hennings 

Kenneth Walsh 
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PERSPECTIVE 

Be still a moment. 

Do you hear the sweep of leaves, leaves 

Of trees which stand so deeply entrenched? 

The pioneers felled these trees with hands 

Mighty enough to win freedom yet gentle enough to tend 

Seedlings, all the while thinking of us. 

Be still a day. 

Do you hear the lap of water, water 

In the brooks, lakes, oceans of all time? 

It has molded our shores with the smashings 

Of storms, nurtured the earth with gentle 

Rain, all the while thinking of us. 

Be still a week. 

Do you hear the pound of steel, steel 

That shapes our buildings that strain 

Eor the sky? This creation of man has been 

His defense and his herculean 

Tool, all the while thinking of us. 

Be still a year. 

Do you hear the strength of men, men 
Who worked together, who disregarded 
Color, race, and creed ? They laughed at 
Hardship, fought for, died for 
Ereedom, all the while thinking of us. 

Be still a century. 

Do you hear the power of America, America 

That sired liberty, that stands triumphant? 

It guarded freedom, hard-won freedom, 

Remembered its duty and raised liberty's banner on 

High, all the while thinking of us. 

Be still an eternity. 

Do you sense the potential of youth, youth, 
The deciding force of the future? We who 
Look ahead, rejoice at what we sec there. 
And wonder about following 
Generations, all the while thinking of them. 

JANET WHELAN 



SENIOR PLAY 




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F/Vj/ Kottv J. Whelan, A. Desforge. S. Ferrazani. S. MacDougall, P. LaRose, S. Young, 
D. Rynn. Second Rou: G. McElhiney, T. Cafarella. J. Blaikie, Mr. Belliveau, faculty 
advisor; J. McElroy, W. Abbott. J. Kirley. 



The class of 1963 presented its Senior Play, "The Haunted High School," 
on November 20, 1962. Capably directed by Wayne Prophet, the cast of fourteen 
did a masterful job in the comedy-mystery. The time and effort put into 
this production were well appreciated by the other members of the class. Con- 
gratulations on a job well done. 




TALENT SHOW 



The weeks of preparation for this year's talent show, Times, 
Tunes and Talent, was well rewarded by the enthusiastic response 
of the audience. The show went off smoothly for its two-night 
stand and the American Field Service fund was greatly enlarged 
thanks to the "Prophets" and the ingenious acts of the high school 
participants. 




First Rou: C. Prophet, C. Russel, C. Kilcullen. \V. Prophet, student director; N, Jackson, 
L. Tobin, M. Willscher. Second Rou: D. Richards. D. Holl, J. Williams. D. Sennett. Mr 
Belliveau, faculty advisor; W. Abbott. J McElroy, R. Mosher. J. Blaikie. 







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On the night or' May 23, 1963, the high school 
'cafeteria became the underwater scene of the Senior 
Prom. The theme "Aqna Fantasia" was beautifully 
carried out in the decorations: a treasure chest, an 
octopus which floated above the dancers, and I 
sunken shipwreck. Each girl received a silver charm 
as a keepsake of this memorable evening. 




• Cm the afternoon of May39*thfi dps of t963-rrrareted into 
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gfatricia Carr Paul Julien 

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Mag- Leonard Wayne Prophet 



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Donna Sennett Robert Mosher 



BEST LOOKING 
Linda Vitale William Allen 

VOCATIONAL HIGH 
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John Gracetfa 

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CONGRATULATIONS 



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ATION 




Finally after many long years of joys, anxieties, and disappointments the 
big event was lure, but soon it was a thing of the past. On the evenin 
June. V the (.lass of 1963 graduated in the spacious L'llman Amphitheater at 
Brandeis University. 

Solemnly the graduating class tiled into the amphitheater and alter the 
invocation by Rabbi Kra. the president of the class. Peter Curry, welcomed every- 
one. Marcia Parkhurst introduced the three honor speakers. Patricia Carr, Mark 
Rosen and Paul Julien. as well as the class poet Janet \\ he Ian: the theme of 
their talks was "Confidence in a Growing America 
Father McCabe gave the prayer and then our head- 
master, Mr. Gallagher, awarded the scholarship kc\s 
and prizes. Next came the long awaited moment when 
Mayor Rhodes presented the diplomas, and one by 
we tiled across the stage to receive them. After a 
benediction given by Reverend Palm, the singing of 
(■I Bless America" and the Waltham High sonu. 
graduation cam* to an end tor the class of 1963 
we hied out of the amphitheater. And while this 
incision was met with mixed <. I to all the 

graduates it signified the end of our high school 
career as well as the beginning of many important 
years of our h\cs 

"FINIS COfcONAT OPUS' The end crowns the 
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THI' STAG1 .Mill MAN 





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SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS FROM THE 
COLLEGES: 



Brown, Carol Boston University 

Brown, Judith Brandeis University 

Cafarella, Thomas Boston College 

Curry, Peter Tufts University 

Drinkwater, George Boston University 

Fair, James Brandeis University 

Filoso, Anthony U. S. Naval Academy 

Giardina, Linda Katharine Gibbs 

Gibbons, Robert Browne & Nichols 

Goodman, Stephen Rensselaer Polytechnic 

Institute 

Hanley, Patricia Tufts University — Jackson 

Pfennings, Jane Lake Forest College 

Josephson, Richard Northeastern University 

Julien, Paul Harvard University 

Lang, Richard Alfred University 

Mareno, Theodore .... University of Massachusetts 

Mareno, Theodore University of 

Massachusetts 



LOCAL AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS: 



McElhiney, Gary Fairfield University 

Morash, Barbara University of Connecticut 

Mosher, Robert — . New England Conservatory 

of Music 

Mroszoszyk, Rose Brandeis University 

Peacock, Lloyd Curry College 

Pearson, John Upsala College 

Prophet, Wayne Northeastern University 

Rhodes, Philip Tufts University 

Rosen, Mark Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology 

Rosenberg, Arthur Brandeis University 

Ryan, Thomas St. Lawrence University 

Rynn, Diane University of Maine 

Santalucito, Sandra Boston College 

Stempson, Robert Phillips Andover Academy 

Waht, Frances Regis College 

Willacher, Max Bowdoin College 

Zeno, David Brandeis University 



Aucoin, Carol Trustees for Waltham Train- 
ing School for Nurses 
Scholarship. 

Bergstrom, Richard James Garrahan Award. 

Bowley, Donovan Whittemore P.T.A. 

Scholarship. 

Bowman, Doris Trustees for Waltham 

Training School for Nurses 
Scholarship. 



Buckett, Bernice Waltham Graduate Nurse s 

Association of Waltham Training 
School Scholarship. 

Cafarella, Thomas McAuliffe Scholarship 

Award. 

Cocivera, Richard Sons of Italy Scholarship 

Award. 
Curry, Robert .... Warrendale P.T.A. Scholarship. 






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Flynn, Elaine Waltham Mothers Club 

Scholarship. 
Goodman, Stephen Horace Knight Memorial 

Scholarship. 
Granchelli, Paul Northeast P.T.A. 

Scholarship. 

Grasser, Vivian Huff Scholarship. 

Hennings, Jane Hovey Players' Scholarship. 

Hennings, Jane Waltham Rotary Club 

Scholarship. 
Isaacson, Joanne Waltham Women's Club 

Scholarship. 

Janoni, Paul First Place in Chrysler Contest. 

Johnson, Melody Beecher Memorial 

Scholarship. 
Josephson, Richard French-American Club 

Scholarship. 
Julien, Paul Rensselaer Science and Mathe- 
matics Medal. 

Julien, Paul National Merit Scholarship to 

Harvard. 

Julien, Paul Special Mathematics Award. 

Kendall, Elaine- Waltham Women's Club 

Scholarship Award. 

Kilcullen, Kathleen Waltham Teachers' 

Association Scholarship. 

Leonard, Nancy Zonta Award — Foods. 

Lickorai, Marcia Trustees for Waltham 

Training School for Nurses Scholarship. 

Mareno, Theodore John L. Leary Outstanding 

Athletic Award. 

May, Kenneth Class of 1963 Scholarship. 

McElroy, James Kiwanis Club of Waltham 

Scholarship. 

McElroy, James Mansfield Scholarship Fund. 

Misch, Edward W Vocational Memorial 

Award. 
Morash, Barbara S. Caroline Peabody 

Scholarship. 

Mosher, Robert Raymond Crawford 

Memorial Music Award. 



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Mroszczyk, Rose Waltham High School 

Graduate Scholarship. 

Murphy, Paul Custodians' Scholarship. 

O'Keefe, Anne Waltham College Club 

Scholarship. 

Parkhurst, Marcia DAR Award for Good 

School Citizenship. 

Pearson, John D Waltham High School 

Alumni Association Scholarship. 

Rosen, Mark Bausch & Lomb Medal to 

Outstanding Science Student. 
Sylvania Fellowship. 

Rynn, Maureen Greater Waltham Association 

for Retarded Children 
Scholarship. 

Santalucito, M. Sandra Regional Award by 

Future Scientists of America. 

Future Scientists of 

America. 

Smith, Brian Suburban Club Scholarship. 

Stevens, Adrienne Waltham Teachers' 

Association Scholarship. 

Stewart, Susanne Trustees for Waltham 

Training School for 
Nurses Scholarship. 

Swansen, Robert J First Place in Chrysler 

Contest. 

Thibeault, Lorraine Waltham Mothers' 

Club for Scholarship 
for Nursing. 

Thibeault, Lorraine Trustees for Waltham 

Training School for 
Nurses Scholarship. 

Waht, Frances Kingsbury Temperance 

Scholarship. 

Walsh, Kenneth Waltham Junioi 

Women's Club. 

Waugh, Janice Zonta Award — Clothing. 

Whelan, Janet Northeast P.T.A. 

Scholarship. 



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CLASS GIFT COMMITTEE 
First Ron: Robert Domings, Demetrios Miminos, 
John Graceffa. Second Rote: Charles Grinrod, Ed- 
ward Misch. Norman Hebert. 




SECRETARIES 
Mrs. McCarty and Miss Graceffa. 





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SAFETY COMMITTEE 
First Row: Robert Glovasky. William Hinds. Francis Logan. Second Ron: Raymond Grenier, 
Steven Bailey, John Graceffa. Charles \\ r ent\vorth. 





NEWSPAPER STAFF 
First Ron: Robert Domings. David Maher. Sec- 
ond Ron: Ronald Chaisson. Charles Bentley. Rob- 
ert Grinnell. 




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Robert Senior Robert I ( I 



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WELDING DEPARTMENT 






First Ron: Francis Logan. Robert Lindsey. Second Ron: James 
Bragga, Victor Doucet. Third Ron: Francis Le Blanc. David 
Rankin. 



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PRINTING DEPARTMENT 




Donald Kaplan. Charles Bentlty. William Gorman. Richard Cas- 
sidv' Demetrios Miminos. 




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MACHINE DEPARTMENT 




Leroy Chandonait, Fred Micklay. Ronald McKinstry. Richard Lindsey. Joseph Veilleux. 
Anthime Boudreau. Stephen Davis. John Kennedy. Michael Le Blanc. Paul Dupere. Ronald 
Barnhart. 







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ELECTRONICS DEPARTMENT 





First R"U : Jude Keenan, Ron.ikl Chiasson. Second Row: Richard Brennick, 
Ronald Fucci Third Row: Edward Misch, Ernest Hoagland. 



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DRAFTING DEPARTMENT 







First Ron:- William Range. Stewart Owens. Robert Grinnell. Second Ron. 
Peter Graceffa. John Graceffa. 



CARPENTRY DEPARTMENT 




Rokrt Doming. Brute Carson, Alvin Smith. Stephen Waitkunas, Donald Neiberg, Leo Bourgeois, Philip Lombardo, Paul 
Chisholm, John Melanson 



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AUTO MECHANICS 




DEPARTMENT 




First Row: Gary Zacher, George Dow. Second Roiv: Chester 
Place. Norman Hebert. Third Row: Charles Wentworth. 




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AUTO BODY DEPARTMENT 





First Ron: Bruce MacFarland. Second Ron. Henry S.in Soucie, 
Frank Daley. Charles Grinrod. Third Row: Ernest Chiassoo 
David Kaufman. 



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SCUBA DIVING 




First Ron: Susanne Stewart, Marsha MacDonald. Sandra MacDougall. Laurie Stanton. Nancy Leonard, Cindy Potter, Diane 
Ristuccia. Sandra Potter. Second Row: Leonard Isaacson. Stephen Dunckel. 




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VOCATIONAL HIGH AWARD 





'altham Vocational High School brought 
honor to the city and the class of '63 when its representatives won the highest honors in .1 state-wide 
Automotive Trouble Shooting contest sponsored by tin ( hrysler Corporation. 

In late June Paul Jannoni and Robert Swanson of the class of 63, together with their auto-mechanics 
teachers, Mr. Le Idem and Mr. Back, traveled to Detroit as representatives ot Massachusetts in the na- 
tional contest. At Detroit, in competition with students from forty-nme other states, our W'.dtham repre- 
sentatives distinguished themselves. Waltham copped first prize in the written part of the contest and 
placed near the top in the mechanical phase of it. Both boys were presented their awards by Mr 
Parrelli Jones, winner of the Indianapolis 500. 

Our congratulations to Paul Jannoni and Robert Swanson as well as to their instructors, Mr. Back, 
Mr. LeFlem, and Mr. Kalishman. The class of 1963 is proud o\ this honor won by their fellow class- 
mates. 




King Max 



Behind the Scene 



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




First Row: Ruth Goldman, Madeline Coroniti, Donna Sennett, Melody 
Johnson, Cynthia Hignite, Sandy Santolucito, Nancy More, Jane 
Hennings, Sharon Strum, Carole Murphy. Second Row: Rose Mrosz- 
czyk, Virginia Nelson, Nancy Tirone, Patricia Carr, Jane Young, Marcia 
Parkhurst, Lorraine Thibeault, Doris Bowman, Elaine Flynn, Sue 
Stewart, Barbara Morash, Maureen Cutler, Linda Maselli. Third Row: 
Bob Stempson, Paul Granchelli, Phil Rhodes, Steven Goodman, Dick 
Josephson, Gary McElhiney, Paul Julien, Max Willscher, Jeff Dorin, 
Mark Rosen, James McElroy, Richard Cocivera, Arthur Rosenberg 




AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 




Our Exchange Students: Fatiha Wadud and Mark Rosen 




A.F.S. Faculty C '."...■:.. .oid Finalists: Sitting: Miss Dubois. Linda Murphy, Miss Daily. Stand ■ Richard Hood, Mr 
Belliveau. Paul Walker. Royal Rhodes 



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UNIORS AND SOPHOMORES 





Ken Walsh Paul Julien Max Willscher Sandy Santolucito 
Treasurer \' ice-President Pr&idt Secretary 





AMICI LATINI 



President 
Jim McElroy 

Vice-President 
Andy Crane 

Secretary 

Barbara Morash 

Treasurer 
Trish Carr 





SOPHOMORES 

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Fm/ Rou: Harmon Dunbar; Kathy Bradbury; Janice Landry; Betty Scheinfeldt; Jackie Bishop; Sue Taylor; William Harriman. 5< . 
Rou: William Alper; Jan Coleman; David Zeno; Mark Rosen; Janet Burke. Wayne Prophet; Michael S/pak; Ronald Lamy; Royal 
Rhodes; Brian Madden. Third Rou: Donald Holl; George Swift; Allen BergStrom; Richard Frese; Thomas Ryan; James Bogle; 
Richard Hood; John Berndtson; Frank Wians. Fourth Row: Paul Jannoni; John Krol; Ethan Kra; James McElroy; James Bla 
Domenic Patano; Max Willscher; Ronald Trott; John Bogle; Walter Chambers 



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Jim Blaikie 


Barbara Morash 


Co-Editor 


Tom Cahill 


Faith Coye 


Anne O'Keefe, 


Betsy Robinson 


Sue Le Blanc 


Co-Editor 


Fatiha Wadud 


Maureen Ravali 


Jane Hennings, 


Sandy Young 


Susan Poison 


Co -Edit or 


Lorraine Thibeault 


Debby Crane 


Wayne Prophet 


Frances Waht 


Diane Rynn 


Richard Frese 


Kathy Crowe 


Diane Hargreaves 


Wally Chambers 


Marcia Parkhurst 


Ann Desforge 


Tom Ryan 


Vivian Bessey 


Elaine Dicks 


Doug Palm 


Melody Johnson 


Gretchen Kromer 


Dan O'Reilly 


Cathy Martin 


Kathy Kilcullen 


Richard Cocivera 


Janet Whelan 


Kathy Landry 


Royal Rhodes 


Donna Sennett 


Beatrice Epstein 


David Zeno 


Carol Brown 


Debby Rose 


Joe Kirley 







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First Ron: Beatrice Epstein, Adrienne Stevens. Maureen Rynn, Ernie Tomao, Sandy Young Second Row: Judy Hammond, Barbara 
Nevard, Karin Handel. Martha Chaisson, Carol Coveny, Genie Polower, Jerry Wise. Carol Hyder, Faith ( oy< Martha Quids, 
Kathy Kilcullen, Barbara Oatt. Carol Murphy. Third R n Sanely Fcrrazzani. Carol Faulkner, Mary Giardina. Judy Anderson. 
Judy Co\'. Elaine- Resnikoff, Ruth Goldman, Alice- Fleming, Rose- MroSZCyk, Donna Johnson. Phyllis Be>rknian. Claire Grca\. 



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PEP SQUAD 




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OFFICERS 




MATH 
CLUB 



First Ron ■ Ann Hignite. Martha 
Chaisson. Tom Cafarella. Paul 
Julien. Daniel O'Reilly. Madeline 
Coroniti. Pat Hanley. Gail Ed- 
wards, Betty MacKenzie, Carol 
Coveney. Miss Hogan. Faculty 
Advisor. Second Ron: David 
Zeno. Sandy Santolucito. Pat Carr. 
Mark Rosen. Paul Granchelli. 
John Pearson. Paul Walker. Royal 
Rhodes. 



SENIORS— JUNIORS 



Ed Donle, George Swift, Ethan 
Kra, John Magazu, Ed May, Fred 
Ciaramaglia. Diane Hargreaves, 
Bob Gange, Scott Woodman, Dave 
Spicer, Stan Zwirbla, John Toohil, 
Paul St. Armand, Brian Madden. 




SOPHOMORES 




SCIENCE 
SEMINAR 



/ ■ ■ R •. Ronald De Mello, 

Ethan Kra, Andy Crane. Betty 
Scheinfeld, Sunk \ Zwirbla, 
George S\\ it; Stt • . R :. V 
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Brian Madden. Paul St. Ann.ind. 
Robert Gange 



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INTER- 
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RELATIONS 

CLUB 



Sitting: Carol Rietchel, Mrs. 
Patterson, Faculty Advisor, 
Janet Burke, Maureen Rynn. 
Standing: Richard Hood, Rob- 
ert Mega, Mike Szpak. 





MAROON 
SQUAD 



First Row: Albert Peel, Dick 
Vitale, Al Mello, Arthur 
Busher, Bob Fredericks, Leif 
Larson. Second Row: Mary 
Stankard, Lois Mazzola, Linda 
Vitale, Judy Ansara, Barbara 
Bonney, Pat La Rosee, Linda 
Tobin, Carolyn Russell, Nancy 
Leonard, Kathy Flaherty, Rob- 
ert Worthington, Barbara 
Roberts, Phyllis Berkman, 
Mary Murphy, Diane Ristuc- 
cia. Third Row: Betsy Robin- 
son, Nancy Jacquith, Judy 
Shadrawy, Mary Leonard, 
Linda Maselli, Gary Dunbrack, 
Doug Palm, Gary Castanino, 
Bert Hansen, Ricky English, 
Bob Gibbons, Ed Burke, Ted 
Mareno, Joe Kirley, Andy 
Toner. 



CRIMSON 
KEY 



Sitting: Albert Mello, Wayne 
Abbot, Paul Keeler, Jim Mc- 
Elroy. Joe Williams, Jim 
Blaikie. Standing: Richard 
English, Bob Gibbons, Ed- 
win Burke, Ronald Silva, Ted 
Mareno, Joe Kirley, Robert 
Kulin, Jim Fair, Doug Palm, 
Andy Toner. 



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LIBRARY 
COUNCIL 



First R u ( Faulkner, Mrs. 
Frances Flynn. Librarian; C. 
Russell, L. Tobm. 5^ 
L. Cormier. M. Chaisson. L. 
Murphy, E. Dicks. J, Salter. 
C. Greaves. E. Kendall. Third 
R>u : S. Das is. J. Tierney. 13. 
Epstein. X Tirone, V. Nelson, 
L. Eagen. B. MacKenzie, K. 
McCarthy. G. Almansky, R. 
Mroszczyk, B. Nevard. Fourth 
Rou: G. Libby, G. Thompson, 
C. LeFort, B. Hunter. D. 
Johnson, G. Edwards, B. Mo- 
rash, A. Hignite. N. Bordenca, 
R. Cactiatore, S. Taylor. Ab- 
sent when picture was t.iken: 
I. Samways, J. Annunziata. B. 
Colborne. 



BUSINESS 
DEPT. 
STAFF 



Marie Shannon 
Nancy Bergman 
Virginia Nelson 
Mary Powers 
Sue Stewart 
Missing: 
Norma Kruse 





NURSE'S 
STAFF 



Miss Coughlan, Nurse 
Chtrleoe Lefort 

Naniy Manni 
M.uua Likorai 
Carol Barrile 
Maureen Mahoney 
Marilvn I ucas 



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LANGUAGE 

LAB 
ASSISTANTS 



First Roir: J. Magazu, G. Lanthier, S. Zwir- 
bla, D. Walsh, J. Harriman, R. Bowen, D. 
Mallock, L. Erickson, F. Wians. Second 
Row: F. Waht, S. Poison, M. MacNamara, 
C. Bradbury, A. Doucette, C. Richard, B. 
Morash, T. Olivo, F. Ciaramaglia. Third Row: 
J. Andrada, G. Kromer, M. Childs, J. Kilgore, 
J. Shirley, B. Furne, S. Fitzpatrick, A. Hig- 
nite, B. Philips, D. Rose, C Brown. Fourth 
Row: L. Avon, R. Hood, B. Madden, R. 
Brooks, G. Swift, B. Cohn. 



MAIN OFFICE 
STAFF 



Cynthia Hignite, Joanne Isaacson, Lor- 
raine Thibeault, Alice Thurston, Kathy 
Kilcullen, Alice Fleming, Sue Stewart, 
Carolyn Russell, \Maureen Cutler, Ad- 
rienne Stevens, Carolyn Ponte, June Tay- 
lor. 





AUDIO-VISUAL 
STAFF 

First Row: C. Wilson, S. Richards, G. Drake, 
J. Devoe, P. Walker, P. Santangelo, B. Mad- 
den, J. Castelano, T. La Rosa. Second Row: 
S. Zwirbla, J. Magazu, T. Filoso, D. Walsh, 
S. Trudeau, T. DeLosa, B. Curry, R. Trott, S. 
Kilgore. Third Row: B. Kilgore, G. Swift, D. 
English, B. Gibbons, T. Mareno, D. Richards, 
D. Garrahan, S. Kennedy, W. Cammuti, R. 
Chiacchio, F. Ciaramaglia, J. Worcester, J. 
Corrcia. Fourth Row: K. Main, B. Brown, L. 
Isaacson, P. O'Malley, J. Earley, V. Charnley, 
A. Mello, W. Rich. 



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First Row: Mgr. Stempson, Capt. Holl, Mgr. Crane. Second Row: 
Nicolai, Frostig, Prophet, Nason, Stempson, Evans, Lang. Third 
Row: S. Rosenberg, A. Rosenberg, Drury, Crane, Cathcart, Macfar- 
lane. Fourth Row: Don Holl, Kromer. Madden, Jackson, Barnes. 
Peel. Dorin, Kneisel. 




Once again the Waltham High 
cross country team came through in 
sparkling fashion as they copped the 
Suburban League championship. They 
posted a perfect 8-0 record. It was 
their second straight undefeated year 
of competition. 




1962 RECORD 




NEWTON SOUTH 


W 


NEWTON 


W 


ARLINGTON 


W 


NEWTON 


W 


ARLINGTON 


W 


NEWTON SOUTH 


W 



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DAVE HOLL. Capt. 




Let's Go, Dave 



TRACK 



1962-63 RECORD 

QUINCY 

CAMBRIDGE LATIN 
ARLINGTON 
NORTH QUINCY 
WEYMOUTH 
BATES J.V.'S 





Let 'er fly 



Once again Coach Gould's track team proved 
to be quite strong. Outdoors the team finished 
third and garnered seven points in the State 
Meet Classic. Members of the squad were suc- 
cessful in such outstanding competition as the 
Penn Relays and St. John's and Belmont Relays. 
A true testimony to this truly fine team is the 
number of broken and tied records. 



Another Broken Record 




First Row: K.ipl.in. Kneisel, Enos, Prophet. Frostig, Cithern. Nicolai, Don Hull. Opt \\ illschcr. Miller. Cune. D.nc 
Holl, LeBlanc. Hatch, Fine, Macfarlane, Curnyn, Nason, O'N'uI 5< i • .; R w. Wiley, Shad] 03, McLaughlin, Jack- 

son, Anderson. Hardy, Dorin, DeSisto. Drury. Lang, Stempson. A Rosenberg, Mareno, Dugan, Morash, S. Rosenberg 



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F/Vj/ Row: Rick Dennis, Fred Faulkner, Tommy Mac Laughlan, Don Brophy, 
John Mahoney, Dick Johnson, Dick Weston, Ted Mareno, Ron Silva, Tom Dugan, 
Bill Allen, Dick Anderson, Joe Taranto. Second Row: Walter McGuire, Bill O'Mara, 
John Milito, Ted Arico, Dave Carme, Dave Carmisciano, Ken May, Art Miliken, 



Although their record was not 
superlative, this year's W.H.S. foot- 
ball team displayed real fighting 
spirit. Injuries to key players such 
as Co-capt. Ted Mareno and half- 
back Dick Vitale were an impedi- 
ment to the team's progress. 

Coach John Krol hopes this 
year's experience will help in his 
buildup for next year. 



1962 RECORD 




MALDEN 


L 


BROOKLINE 


L 


ARLINGTON 


L 


HAVERHILL 


L 


WEYMOUTH 


W 


NASHUA 


L 


BROCKTON 


L 


NEWTON 


L 


SOMERVILLE 


L 



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BALL 




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Al Mello. Max Willscher, Charlie Morrison, Dick Vitale. Bert Hansen. Lou Arnold. 
Robert Long. Third Rou: Ronnie Benson. Andy Daniels. John Vanderlinden. Don 
Kaplan. Al Priest, Dave Hoffses, Jay Hardiman. Bill Chase. Pete Hardy. Larry Enose. 



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SENIORS 

Willscher 

Vitale 

Carme 

May 

Hansen 

Kaplan 

Weston 

Mareno 

Kresser 

Santa Maria 

Mello 

Allen 

Fredericks 



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1963 RECORD 




RINDGE TECH. 


L 


BROCKTON 


L 


CAMBRIDGE LATIN 


W 


ARLINGTON 


W 


SOMERVILLE 


L 


WATERTOWN 


L 


NEWTON 


W 


BROOKLINE 


L 


WEYMOUTH 


L 


NEWTON SOUTH 


W 


RINDGE TECH 


L 


BROCKTON 


L 


CAMBRIDGE LATIN 


W 


ARLINGTON 


W 


WATERTOWN 


W 


NEWTON SOUTH 


W 


NEWTON 


W 


BROOKLINE 


W 


WEYMOUTH 


W 


SOMERVILLE 


L 




COACH QLTNN 




First Roiv: Bob Connors. Art Milliken. Capt. 
Lloyd Peacock. Joe Cincotta, Don Brophy. 
Back Row: Art Piper. Bob Vasquezi. Carl 



With Coach Arthur Quinn at the helm for the 
last time, the crimson quintet behind captain 
Lloyd Peacock posted a fourth place finish with 
an 11-7 record in the ever tough Suburban 
League. The supreme moment of the season 
was the all round team effort displayed in the 
overwhelming upset victory against potent Brook- 
line. Double wins over Newton and Newton 
South added to the sweetness of the season. 





CAPT. LLOYD PEACOCK 




BILL JUDKINS 




ART PIPER 



CARI. KRINOPOL 



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FOOTBALL - BASKETBALL 




CHEERLEADERS 




Mary Stankard. Sue LeBlanc, Lois Mazzola, Linda Vitale, Judy LaRette. Arlene Genova, Barbara Bonney, Linda Cincotta, 
Nancy More. Mary Murphy, Roseann Cacciatore. 



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HOCKEY CHEERLEADERS 

Judy Ansara, Capt., Kathy McCarthy, Maureen Cutler, Jane Hcnnings, Sharon Strum, 
Christine Mobilia, Ellen Carruthers. 



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COACH BRINN 




JOHN LEGER 



HOC 



First Row: J. Clarke, R. Weston, G. McPhee, 
R. Chamberlain, A. Cormier, B. MacCausland, D. 
Crusco. Second Row: B. Butman, E. Chipman, J. 





ROGER RICHARD 



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KEY 




Melanson, P. Hardy, K. May, J. Bowse, R. Rich- 
ard. Third Rote: W. O'Mara, J. Connolly, J. 
Dacey, T. Kelley, Captain John Leger. 




RUSS CHAMBERLAIN 




DICK WESTON 




JOHN MELANSON 



As Captain John Leger ("lashed twelve goals and 
fifteen assists for the G.B. League scoring champion- 
ship, the Waltham High hockey team posted a 5-6-3 
record and a fifth place finish. With its Canadian 
accent, the team was very exciting to follow. 



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1963 RECORD 




SOMERVII.I 1 


W 


RINDGE TECH 


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MLDFORD 


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NEWTON 


L 


ARLINGTON 


L 


BROOK LINE 


L 


CAMBRIDGE LATIN 


T 


SOMERVII.LE 


\v 


RINDGE TECH 


w 


MEDFORD 


T 


NEWTON 


L 


ARLINGTON 


L 


BROOK LINE 


L 


CAMBRIDGE LATIN 


L 



SWIMMING TEAM 




First Row: Jim Noble, Phil Rhodes, John Kadzis, Cris Leonard, Don Lesuer. Second Row: Tom Cahill, Elon Soltes, Bob Talvy, 
Jim Early, Bob Gaudet. 




Although hurt greatly by graduation, this year's crim- 
son swimming team showed undying determination and 
ever growing promise throughout the season. Sparked by 
such cogs as Bob Hindle and Kevin Barnicle, the mermen 
posted a truly respectable record. 



CAMBRIDGE LATIN W 

BOSTON LATIN L 

BOSTON ENGLISH L 

CAMBRIDGE LATIN L 

RINDGE TECH W 



BROCKTON L 

BROOKLINE L 

RINDGE TECH W 

CATHOLIC MEMORIAL L 



RIFLE TEAM 




1962-63 


RECORD 




ACTON 




W 


NEWTON 




L 


BEDFORD 




W 


MELROSE 




L 


MAIDEN 




L 


MARLBORO 




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WATERTOW X 




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CONCORD 




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First Rou: Stan Zwirbla. Fred Charamaglia. Peter Motzowitz. Second Row: Jim 
Fair, Bob Clark. Terri Mac Namara, Al King. R. Clark. Don L'klin. Coach Siano. 






COACH JOE SIANO 



The continued eagle eye performances displayed by 
the members of W H. S.'s rifle brigade brought forth 
another successful campaign for Coach Joe Siano. Even 
with two of its top shooters, Capt. Russ Millholand and 
Ron Trott, departing for military service, the team kept 
its poise and continued its winning ways. 




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Kenny May 
Dick Vitale 
Ted Arico 
Artie Milliken 
Lloyd Peacock, capt. 
Mr. Yetten, coach 
Ernie Arsenault 
Ted Mareno 
Bob Elliot 
Ron Pelletier 
Kevin Ryan 




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1963 


RECORD 




RINDGE TECH 


W 


RINDGE TECH 


L 


WATER! OWN 


L 


WATERTOWN 


L 


CAMBRIDGE LATIN" 


L 


CAMBRIDGE LATIN 


L 


ARLINGTON 


L 


ARLINGTON 


L 


BROCKTON 


W 


BROCKTON 


L 


NEWTON 


L 


NEWTON 


L 


NEWTON SOUTH 


W 


NEWTON SOUTH 


W 


BROOKLINE 


w 


BROOKLINE 


L 


WEYMOUTH 


w 


WEYMOUTH 


L 






BALL 







Returning as co-champions, Wal- 
th.un Highs baseball team was 
marked not only by its opponents 
but by injuries as well. These two 
ingredients were detrimental to 
( apt. Dick Vitale and pitcher Ken 
May. With a returning group of 
hustling underclassmen, prospects 
are promising tor next year. 



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GOLF 




1963 RECORD 




ARLINGTON 


W 


RINDGE TECH 


W 


CAMBRIDGE LATIN 


W 


WATERTOWN 


L 


RINDGE TECH 


W 


ARLINGTON 


W 


CAMBRIDGE LATIN 


w 


WATERTOWN 


L 


BROOKLINE 


L 


BROCKTON 


W 



Front Row: J. Reardon. W. Alden. Back Rote B. Barry. D. Sullivan, Coach Elliot, B. Yurkus, J. 
Corbett. 

WALTHAM HIGH BAND 




First Ron: Robert Mosher, Paul Walker, Mr. Philpott, Craig Prophet. Timothy Reed, Kenneth Fraize. Second Row: 
Richard Haines, Elizabeth Dunkerley, Terri Marshall, Stephen Defino, William Romanieki, Richard Stevens, John 
Chilingerian, Deborah Lester. Third Row: Paul Stempson, Roger Hagopian, Paul Clifford, Edmond Joyal, Lester Evans, 
William Alper, Gregory Richardson, Harmon Dunbar, Robert Clark. Fourth Row: David King, Joseph Walker, Leonard 
Faucher, Christopher Welts, Joseph Mroszczyk, Warren Dow, William Madden, John Scanlon, Joseph Foley, David 
Holl, Wayne Prophet, Robert Stempson. Fifth Row: MAJORETTES: Sheryl Hamilton, Marsha Devoe, Pamela Ross, Dale 
Anderson, Kathleen Vail, Nancy McGuire, Eleanor Spaulding. 



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CLASS OF 1 965 




First Row: Patricia Noble, Teresa Olivo, Brenda Smith, Susan Sparks, Pauline McGann, Sharon 
Mogan Elizabeth Messia, Maureen McHugh, Mary Mabie. Second Row: Jean Nix, Nancy Rob- 
enack 'jane Kelly, Paula Miele, Susan Mirabito, Judy Lupo, Faith Luder, June O'Leary, 
Catherine Martin. Third Row: Edwin Chernosky, William Connolly, George Borden, James 
Bowse, Kenneth Bishop, Alan Brooks, William Blanchet, Charles Belyea. 



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First Row Dorothy Elwell, Ellen Farrell, Susan Hines, Sandra Hornbeck, Jacqueline Howe, 
Frances Dunn Judith Young, Judith Goode, Sheila Fitzpatrick. Karen Scafidi, Evelyn Gorgone, 
May Richard, Phyllis Giungo, Margaret Downie. Second Row: Robert Gaudet, Alban Cormier, 
Ronald Pelletier, Daniel Krol, Henry Palumbo, Brian Madden, Peter O'Malley, Paul Kneeland, 
David Hoffes. Third Row: Larry Mandile, Owen Reilly, Albert Lewis, Paul Patenaude, Wil- 
liam Brennan, Ronald Parello, James McDonnell, Gregory Kann. 



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First Rou: Diann Leger. Sandra Mitchell, Ruth McPhee. Patricia Lewis, Maureen Mitchell, 
Martha Wilson, Janice Landry. Ann Marie Maillet. Shirley LeBlanc, Helena Murphy, Donna 
Kertinas. Second Ron: Gerard Richard, John Shirley. Michael Ramich. Lynn Kempt. Penney 
Lydon, Sandra Lund, Marcia McNamara, Richard Tocci. George Swift, Robert Reardon. Third 
Row: Paul Elkins. Frank Vaglica. John Rippon, Peter Straggas, Charles Ryan, Richard Renna. 
Frank Scalia, Charles Tirone. Robert Rizzo. Vernon Porter. 



ROOM S-03 




First R/u: Janice Champagne, Gloria Bry, Judy Owens. Debby Norton. Donna ( hakalis, Linda 
Hem-bury. Chastine Chavez, Barbara Carney, Bonnie Brown. Maureen Cathcart, Cheryl 
Schools. Second Rou. George Lanthier, Judy Brehm, Donna Caughey, Claire Cusaao, Lois 
Christie. Ann Cusano, Mary Dacey, Jill Carson. Judy Cusack, Dorothy Carney. Third R •■• 
Donald Lesuer. Joseph Gosselin. Peter MartOCChio, Richard I.e.ird. Michael McHugh, Richard 
MacFarlane, William Mclvor, Edward McCarthy, 



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First Row: Linda Arsenault, Jane Barnes, Barbara Zielinski, Phyllis Orifice, Maureen Auld, 
Martha Bancroft, Anne Agrillo, Jeanne Abramo, Shirley Benger, June Bardsley, Margaret 
Clancy. Second Row: Ronald Hietsch, Richard Lentine, Robert Novello, Shepherd Crain, 
Mary Hansberry, Elaine Adrian, Helen Agrillo. George Swartz, Leonard Isaacson, Richard 
Burke, James Close. Third Row: Roland Hebert, Stephen Kennedy, William Herrick, Ethan 
Kra, Robert Carr, Peter Haynes, Richard Hoyt, William Judkins, Michael Hurley, Drew 
Jackson, John Krol, Donald Holl, William Kilgore. 




First Row: Bonnie Reasor, Deborah Robinson, Barbara Peterson, Donna Samways, Sandra 
Potter, Maureen Ravalli, Lois Pinkham. Second Row: Mark Sherman, David Walsh, David 
Spicer, Diane Porreca, Carol Rodes, Pamela Quirk, Holly Pederson, John Whalen, Gary Travis, 
William Webb. Third Row: Wayne Whitford, Gordon Smith, John Toohil, Donald Uhlin, 
John Trombley, Scott Woodman, James Walsh, John Simson. 



ROOM S- 1 1 3 



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First Rou : Kathleen Landry, Susan McEnaney, Janice Wencis, Karen Sawicki, Carole Schaufus, 
Andrea Scammon, Katherine Sarro, Linda Shaw, Susan Vanderwyk, Linda Welch, Caren Smel- 
ledge. Second Rou: Edmund Gili, James Hardiman, Linda Vautour, Betty Scheinfieldt, 
Judy Zaccatinini, Betty Siano, Linda Schooner, Susan Whelan, Rosarie Vasile, Ronald Buckley, 
Joseph Fecenda. Third Rote: Harmon Dunbar, William Gregoricus, Lawrence Enos. Frank 
Grueter, Cary Sturtivant, James Harriman. 



ROOM S- 1 1 7 




First Rou: Priscilla Queen, Catherine Quinn. Jc.innctte Palmer, Marion SantalucitO, Char- 
lene Pierce. Betty k.in Sangeleer, Donna Peirce, Gwen Pugsley, Susan Perkins. S*< • R ••• 
Vincent DagOStino, Edward Donle. Andrew Crane, Noreen Sandler, Irene Restien. Teresa Ori- 
fice. Paul Connolly. John D.uly. Phillip Cotoni, Gerald DiCecca Third R w, Paul Crapo, 
Harry Chiasson, Joseph DeSisto, Bruce Yeamans, Richard Yurkus, Stephen Cohen, Richard 
Melanson, Robert Dion. D.nid Maguire. 



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First Row: Kathy O'Brien. Ann Naughton. Mary Ann Manzon, Nancy Oatt, Joyce O'Donnell, 
Barbara Lickorai, Mary O'Rielly. Second Row: Kathie Herlihy, Mary Moran, Marsha 
MacDonald. Lucia Maloney. Carol McEnaney. Marilyn Sampson, Janice McLaughlin. Third 
Row: Ruth Leonard. Patricia McConnell, Lynda Osborn. Kathleen O'Reilly. Sharon Fligg. 
Fourth Rou.- Art Peterson, Paul Scanlon, Tim Reed. David Prior. Roy Rivers. 



ROOM S-2 1 5 




First Row: Lorraine Castellano, Linda Aucoin. Susan Berrio, Lorraine Cafarella, Susan 
Green, Flora Barilone. Eva Richards. Patricia Aucoin, Ann Capoccia, Joyce Calabufalo, 
Jacqueline Bishop. Second Rou: Ronald DeMello, Fred Ciaramaglia, Kevin Reidy, Jeanne 
Bourgeois. Judy Bartlman. Nancy Blasioli. Catherine Bradbury, Janet Petrulavage, Paul 
Daley. Richard Chartrand, Richard Bennett, John Brady. Third Row: Robert Connors, John 
Bonica, Anthony Bergantino, Richard Byrd, Glen Perna, Leonard Cirelii, William Aucoin, 
David Chiasson, Anthony DeLosa, John Davis. Missing from picture: Betsey Welton, Janet 
Pilicy. Elaine Nedza, Vicki Coggins, Dolores Dufromont. 



ROOM S-2 1 8 



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First Row: Mary Chaisson, Phyllis Connelly, Linda Champagne, Carol Cericola, Cheryl 
Christian, Sharon Parkinson, Joanne Chute, Kathleen Connelly, Joan De Young, Janice 
Davis, Bonnie Cohn, Jean Di Gregorio, Pat Donnelly, Barbara Corliss. Second Row: Roy 
Frost, Billy Hill, Lawrence Fraize, Pat De Saulniers, Gail Conti, Ellen Lyons, Maria Famosi, 
Jane Scanlon, Edward Bartlett, Al Birchler, Dana Grant. Third Row: Allen Gaudet, David 
Mahoney, Gary Hemphill, Edward Gaudette, Norman Hart, Robert Gangi, John Edmunds, 
Salvatore Falzone. 



ROOM S-306 




First Row: Suzanne Poirier, Cynthia Skotland, Mary Ann Ferraro, Susan Flanders. ( indj 
Small, Carolyn Davidson, Jan Drinkwater, Frances Deary, Claire Dionisio, Marie Daly, Linda 

Di Gregorio, Joyce Davis, Diannc Faulkner. Second Rou: William O'Brien, John Maguirc. 
Arthur Nagle, Judy Dozois, R.iylcne Dclaire. Elizabeth Dunkerly, Henry LeBlanC, Joseph 
Nixon, James Medeiros, Peter Mostowitz. Third Rou: Richard Ptrilli. Larry Xicolat, Rtt! 
Miller, Fred Mulholland. 



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First Row: Dolores Juliano, Clare Kirley, Elizabeth Guisti, Roberta Hawkins. Judith Grif- 
fin, Donna Totagrande, Patricia Texeira, Anne Marie LeBlanc. Bernadette Gaudet, Mary 
Jane Gillis. Second Roiv: Robert Semenchuck, Steve Sarmanian, Challis Wilson, Donald 
Cox, Edna Gaudet, Jacqueline Keene, Donna Gaudet, Peter Santangelo, Eliot Sawin, 
Dexter Stone, George Schiff. Third Row: Robert Stevens, Thomas Streck, Gregory Richard- 
son, Thomas Williams, Daniel Webster, Frederick Wilder, Frank Wians. Douglas Sullivan. 
Paul St. Armand. 




ROOM W- 1 04 



First Row: Patricia Gleeson, Joanne Fucci, Joanne Giorgianni, Janice Giampietro, Mari- 
lyn Gilligan, Ellen Fucci. Second Row: Sharon Haskell. Jeannie Lane. Sharon Halloran, 
Patricia Girolamo, Marjorie Greene, Lynne Lazaro. 



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First Rou: Judith Judkins, Maureen Kiboris, Dale Iodice. Kathy King. Liz Hemmerlin, Mary 
Ellen Keohane, MaryAnn Jannoni. Second Rou : Patricia Jackson, Sandra Keyes. Margaret 
Johnston. Sandra Hurley. 



ROOM W- 1 08 




First Rou: Ruth Lamport, Marilyn Dronseiko. Susan Lawrence-. Deborah Rose. Sharon 
Sullhan. Diane Hargreaves, mien Lomartire, Marsha Lazaro, Ernestine Leger, Margaret 
Norton, Marjorie Lombardi, Patricia DiTommaso. Second Rou. Richard Stevens, Richard 
Anderson. Josephine Klarmann, Gale Swanson, Lai la Salo, Albert Ayoub, Douglas Nforash, 
Third Rou: Paul Agrillo, Charles Allia. Edward May. Donald Balansky, William V 
Richard Ala. Ronald Gudbrandscn. Peter Hardy. John Magazu, Wayne Alden 



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First Row: Cathy Cardillo, Paula Fitzpatrick, Marie Baia, Marta Vigue, Mary Ellen Bradley, 
Charlene Cocchiara, Suzanne Chagnon. Sylvia Arsenault, Joyce Roberts, Margaret Belliveau, 
Cindy Daigle, Pauline Beaver, Patricia Boliver. Second Rote: Thomas Keenan, Walter Hinckley, 
Judy Brady, Patricia Campbell, Marta Waickwicz, Ethel Cobb, Sarina Cannistraro, Peter 
Place, David Hart. Third Row: Robert Kampe, Ray Gallagher, Carmine Jullano. Ralph Hines, 
John Hammond. 



ROOM W-l 10 




First Row: Patricia Cooke, Jane Tyman, Patricia Veno, Anna LeBlanc, Eleanor Fiorello, Janice 
Cormier, Janet Cosgrove, Jacqueline Doyle, Deanna Doucett, Barbara Feme, Cathy Conti, 
Mary Fougere, Marion Composto. Second Row: Eleanor Maher, Roderick LeFort, Donovan 
Lester, Robert MacCausland, Robert Murphy, Anthony Navarro, Rodney Ravesi, Guy Randall, 
Karen Forbes. Third Ron: William O'Mara, Thomas McCue, Leo Martin. Dee Malloch, 
Richard Pagliazzo, Charles McCullough. 



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First Ron: Nancy Russell, Jackie Smith, Barbara Phillips, Pat Quinlan, Susan Poison. Second 
Row: Edward Cane, John Hanlon, Pat Park, Erlene Nangle, Judith Wheeler, Mary O'Brien, 
John Baronian, Don Brophy. Third Row: Stan Zwirbla. Roland Vanaria, Joe Zielinski, 
Alberto Vellela. Alan Waugh. 



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First Row: Eloise Swan, Caroline Soberg, Pamela Whalen, Patricia Broun. Jane Weatherbee, 
Joanne Vim i. Lorraine Guerin, l<>.m Whalen, Kathleen Walsh, Sally Walsh, Mary Zammuto, 
Second Ron: Peter Flynn. Donaid Cox, ( raig ( hampion, Patricia Foley, Anita Stewart. Linda 

Vienneau. Donna Weaver, Barbara Thomas. Anne Weiner, James Frances, Donald ( larke. 
Third Ron: Thomas Campbell. Robert Time. George Carmel. 1 red Faulkner, Geor.ce Danccl- 

mayer, Warren Chase, Alfred Jones, David Burke. John Ferrazzani, Joseph Castel 



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First Row: Sandra Sicotte. Anne Robbins. Gail Sherwood. Rosalie Scifo, Joan Scalese, Louise 
Shaw, Carole Salamone, Sandra Sickles, Eleanor Spaulding, Donna Schaufus, Diane Shaw, 
Judith Sicotte, Caroline Ritcey, Carol Shedd. Second Row: Royal Rhodes. Paul Proia, 
William Porter, Thomas DiMare, Robert Pazzano, Craig Prophet. Richard Pintabona, Arthur 
Piper. Bruce Robicheau, Carl Rigoli. 



ROOM S-04 




First Row: Judy Clarke, Janice Cincotta. Genie Polower, Angela Boucher. Rosemarie Colette, 
Diane Chandonait. Martha Chaisson. Rosemarie Cipriano, Eleanor Castellana, Jean Kelley, 
Sandra Cusano, Rose Castagno, Jean Coleman. Second Row: Marie Chaisson, Anne Columbo, 
Charles Butler, Dennis Callahan. Richard Campbell. Rodney Cail, Jonathan Carchia, Linda 
Cincotta, Nancy Centola. Third Ron: John Cathcart, John Cappadona, William Chase, 
Thomas Casey, Victor Charnley. Absent from picture: James Chadwick. Betsy Colborne. 



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166 




First Ron: Claire Richard, Lillian Raschella, Elaine Resnikoff, Maureen 
Proctor, Phyllis Quirk. Second Ron: John Nason, Maureen Pomerleau, M 
Diane Pergola, Stephen O'Neill. 



Pheeney, Linda 
ichael Norman, 



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First Rou: Judy Zacher. Myrtle Crocker, Donna Di( icco, Sharon Young, Marline Wyskiel, 
Gail Doucette. Second Ron William Walker, Stanley Uhlig, Clayton Whitney, Paul Walker. 
Mark Gardner. Peter Zammuto. Third R< w. Kenneth Walton. Robert Vasquezi, Orrin. Young, 
William Garrigan, Kevin Ryan. Richard Zeigler, Robert Vanaria. 



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First Row: Nancie Doucette, Virginia Davis, Kathleen De Vincent, Nancy Demoy, Sheila 
Davis, Roberta Duggan, Nancy Douglas, Linda Eagan, Pearl Deneault, Jacqueline Dugas, 
Emily Doucet, Suzanne Dawson, Loreen Edry. Second Row: James Early, Steven Ducey, Robert 
Elliot, Walter Eaton, Roy Dozois, James Dukat, Richard DeVincent, John Deveau. Third Row: 
Gordon Drake,. William Ekstrom, Arthur Dolan, Roger Donle, Bruce MacDonald, Clifford 
Dyke, Richard Dennis, David Demeo, James Boudreau. 



ROOM S-205 




First Row: Sandra Berinato, Gail Alimansky, Judy Anderson, Dale Anderson, Patricia Beninati, 
Suzanne Biondo, Karen Beck, Sally Agrillo. Second Row: Charles Turner, John Bennett, 
Carlton Berry, Walter Bailey, Paul Beninati, Steven Bauckman, John Beatty. Missing When 
Photo Was Taken: Ted Arico, Ronald Benson, Douglas Anderson, Ralph Amelia, Heinz 
Albrecht, Jim Beckwith. Bill Barry, Carol Bishop, Roger Blake, Jon Bergman, Alice Ben- 
nett, Theresa Stefanelli, Louise Barca, Joan Andrada, Suzanne Altrich, Florence Allen. 



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168 




First Row: Noel Manning, Deborah Miller, Antoinette Mancuso, Carol Mazzola, Lorraine 
Marmonti, Barbara McFayden, Ann McArdle, Paula McCarthy, Maralee Marcou. Second Row: 
John Grimes, Fred Markham, Sandra McKeen, Margaret McNamara, Paula Medagalia, Christine 
Mobilia, Sally Mobilia, Barry MacNeil, Anthony Mandile. Third Row: Alan Marcolina, Wayne 
Littlefield, James MacDonald, Michael McCabe, Jeff Mason, Paul Manzon, Christopher 
McElroy. 



ROOMS-217 




First Row: Debby Went worth. Donna Whalcn, Pat Vail, Cheryl Wood. Carol Salamonc. 
Billiejane Wallace, Marilyn Warner, Judy W'cllman. Stroud Row: Bruce Tuppef, Joseph 
Taranto, William Theriault, Barry Tushin, Stephen Tumminelli, Stephen Trudeau, Fred Sten- 

quist, Michael Szpak Third Rnu Bruce Knox. Alan Stockwell, Alan Teichman, Robert 
Tildsley. 



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169 




First Row: Cathy Landrigan, Theresa Kulka, Julia Kaznocha, Jeanne Kimball, Janet Kinsman, 
Maria Juliano, Beth Johnson, Gretchen Kromer, Doris LeBlanc. Second Row: Alan Howard, 
James Noble, John Kadzis, Donald Hay, Joseph LeBlanc, David Johnson, Paul Hines. 
Third Row: David Herter, Charles Morrison, Donald Hinsman, Wayne Henry, Francis Soave, 
Bruce Johnson, Larry Kann. Missing when picture was taken: Richard Hood, Malcolm 
Keir, Lucille LeBlanc, Jane Kilgore, Beverly Jones, Ray Hayes. 



ROOM S-308 




First Row: Patricia Jasset, Rosemary Grimes, Elaine Harvey, Sheryl Hamilton, Nancy 
Jackson, Roberta Howley, Ann Hignite, Kathy Huber. Second Row: Lou Gamble, Richard 
Haynes, Sue Glidden, Bernie Iodice, Mary Harwich, Kathy Henebury, Pauline Hart, Dolores 
Gorgone, Steve Goodwin, Greg Gogan. Third Row: Richard Frostig, Bob Mobilia, James 
Hartley, Doug Greco, John Goodwin, Steve Grant, Ed Gorman, Bob Gorgone, Allen Garber. 



ROOM S-3 1 I 



170 




First Row: Katherine O'Neil, Linda Murphy, Patricia Patterson, Judith Murphy, Barbara 
Oatt, Carol Oatley, Joanne Noke, Donna O'Brien, Bernadette Mula, Mary Orechia, Anne 
Patten, Eleanor Monaco, Barbara Morang. Second Ron: Thomas Mogan, Robert McKenna, 
Robert Murray, Peter Monaco, George McPhee, Jeffrey McGann, Felix Caffarella. Thomas 
McLaughlin. Third Row: John Miliato, Clifford Moy. Kerry Murphy. Stephen McGonigle, 
Robert Mullen, Alfred Medeiras. 



ROOM S-312 




First Row: Gail Libby. Ruth MacLean. Cindy Lizotte, Betty MacKenzie, Marsha Maeland, 
Lynn Leonard, Carolyn Mah.in. Judy Lovern, Ann Marie Mah.in. Donna MacLeod, Sally 
Licato, Gloria Lentmi. Second Row: John Levensaler, Roland Kinsman, Ellie Lobdell, Virginia 
Lentini, Judy Le Rette, Shirley LeClair, Pric ilia Lemieux, Chucky LaCava, Richard Kyte. 
Third Ron. Emilio Mola, James Leate, Fred Kneisel, Carl Krinopol, Ronald Lamy, Chris 
Leonard. 



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First Row: Linda FitzGerald, Janice Fair, Judy Engebretsen, Donna Franks, Eleanor Feeley, 
Sameera El-Far, Arlene Genova, Gerry Gaeta, Jackie Garland, Gail Edwards, Carol Faulkner, 
Mary Giardina. Second Rote: Al Forbes, Mark Fetbroth, Dave Emerson, Len Erickson, George 
Ferry. 



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First Row: Jeanne Thibeault, Diane Staskus, Carol Taborsak, Judy Stremeckos, Ann Starck, 
Priscilla Sweeney, Paula Tierney, Gail Stempson. Second Row: Gregory Shady, Christine Strag- 
gas, Glenda Thompson, Cynthia Stewart, Simone Surette, Judy Streitmater, John Rumson. 
Third Row: James Sandison, Robert St. Germain, William Sheehy, William Rogerson, Robert 
Santoro, Nick Semenza, Edwin Stascavage, William Shaw. 



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72 




First Ron: Helen Boudreau, Ellen Carruthers, Janet Burke, Delores Cardillo, Pauline Carulli, 
Linda Caramanica, Geraldine Cappadona, JoAnn Carroll, Linda Carney, Susan Broderick, 
Susan Bratenas, Bernadette Bourque, Cynthia Carter. Second Ron: Alexander Somers. Stephen 
Brown, William Bowser, Robert Bowen, John Bonica, James Brandt, Steven Bolio, Frank 
Brazell, Brian Bowley. Joseph Brown, James Bogle. 



ROOM W-204 




First R .-, Nancy Davidson, Deborah Crane, Dolores Condell, Nanq Cotter, Esthec Daug- 

man, Judy Cox, Kathleen Crowe. Sandra ( orriveau, Karen Conzo, Carol Coveney >.. » R :■ 
John Daeey, Robert Connor, Frances Cross, Jane Dalla Costa. Patricia Coughlan, Linda 
Cormier. Joseph Cincotta, Robert Como Third R if: John Connelly, William Curnyn, Walter 
Coutu, Edward Chipman, James Clarke. Edward Cropper. 



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JOSEPH M. ARCIDI, D.D.S. 

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A. P. BLOOMENTHAL, M.D. 

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WARREN R. BOLTON, ATTY. 

MORRIS J. BORDENCA, M.D. 

R. F. BROWN CO. 

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EARLE F. CAMPBELL, D.M.D. 

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MR. AND MRS. PAUL FLEMING 

FLYNN & FLYNN, ATTYS. 

FOSTER & FOSTER, ATTYS. 

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JOSEPH L. LEWIS, M.D. 

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WALTHAM HIGH 



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JAMES V. SMITH, ATTY. 

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WEBB, WEBB, & MARTIN, ATTYS. 

M. DAVID WEINER, OPTOMETRIST 

WALTER F. WELSH, OPTOMETRIST 

MR. AND MRS. CHESTER F. WRIGHT 

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 




Nine score and several days ago our advisor brought forth 
in his editors a new inspiration, conceived in purpose and 
dedicated to the proposition that our 1963 MIRROR will 
have no equal. 

Then we were engaged in a great struggle, testing whether 
this advisor or any advisor so inspired and so dedicated can 
long endure. 

The class will little note nor long remember what we 
say here, but it should never forget what he did here. There- 
fore, it is our hope that this MIRROR of the class, by the 
class, and for the class shall reflect the patience, the ingenuity, 
and the long hours of work contributed to this book by our 
advisor, Mr. Thomas Neylon. 



MR. THOMAS F. NEYLON, JR. 



We also wish to express a word of thanks to Mr. Paul Shea for 
the wonderful help he gave us regarding the art work for this MIR- 
ROR. Mr. Shea was always willing to lend a helping hand and give 
wise and generous suggestions when we needed them. The class is most 
appreciative of his aid and kindnesses. 




MR. PAUL D. SHEA 



For their many courtesies the MIRROR staff also wishes to thank: 

Mr. William Gallagher and Mr. Lloyd Van Arsdale for their understanding and help; 

Mrs. Thomas Neylon for her help in proofreading; 

Russo Studio, O'Neil Studio, and the NEWS TRIBUNE for photographic assistance. 






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Henry Abbondanzio 
Wayne Abbott 
John Allen 
Stewart Anderson 
Dawn Andrews 
Joan Annunziata 
Judith Ansara 
Carol Aucoin 
Margaret Ayoub 
John Babstock 
Sumner Barbarick 
Kevin Barnicle 
Carol Barrile 
Francis Beninati 
Joseph Bergantino 



Nancy Bergman 
Allen Bergstrom 
Richard Bergstrom 
Phyllis Berkman 
Vivian Bessey 
James Blaikie 
Karen Blake 
Alfred Blanchard 
Mary Blongastainer 
John Bogle 
Jean Bonica 
Donovan Bowley 
William Gray 
William T. Allen 



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Barbara Bonney 
Nancy Bordenca 
Evelyn Bornback 
Doris Bowman 
Lawrence Bowse 
John Bradbury 
Joseph Bradley 
Donald Brannelly 



Paul Brennan 
Carol Brown 
Richard Brown 
Judith Brown 
Bernice Buckett 
Edwin Burke 
Raymond Burke 
Edith Burton 



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Arthur Busher 
Roseann Cacciatore 
Thomas C 'at'arella 
Thomas Cahill 
Carol Cain 
Jo-Ann Calf 
Marilyn Campbell 
Virginia Campbell 



Linda Cannizzo 
Chester Capone 
John Cappadona 
( raetana ( arbone 
fames ( larme 
David Carmisciano 
June Laurie 






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William Camuti 
Karen Carlman 
Patricia Carr 
Joseph Casale 
Gary Castanino 
Katherine Chaisson 
Russell Chamberlain 
Walter Chambers 
Joyce Chase 
Mark Chavez 
Martha Childs 
Beverly Cincotta 
Richard Clancy 
Robert Clark 
Richard Cocivera 
Bertha Collette 
Ronald Cook 
Thomas Cooley 



Ann Corcoran 
Gerard Cormier 
Madeline Coroniti 
James Correia 
Dian Cote 
Charlene Courtney 
Faith Coye 
Beverly Cremin 
John Cripps 

Pnyllis Crossland 

Richard Culver 

Paul Curcio 

Paul Curley 

Peter Curry 

Maureen Cutler 

John King 

John Melanson 



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ROOM S-21 6 — Mrs. Carney 



Robert Curry 
Thomas Czehowki 
James DeLuco 
Patricia Deneault 
Ann Dcsforge 
Patricia Despres 
Stephen DeVincent 
Diane Di Bona 



Flaine Dicks 
Fred Donald 
Jeffrey Dorin 
Diane Doucette 
Ronald Douglas 
George Drink water 
Robert Drury 
Walter Duddy 



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Gary Dunbrack 
Donald Durkee 
Charlene Farley 
Christine Edmunds 
Richard English 
Beatrice Epstein 
James Fair 
Sandra Ecrrazzani 



Anthony Filoso 
Kathleen Flaherty 
Alice Fleming 
Elaine Flynn 
Da\id Folsom 
Diane Forsyth* 
Jeanette Geoffrion 

Janice Richardson 



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ROOM S- I 07 — ffl/ss Wooney 



Arielia Dorigatti 
Robert Fredericks 
Richard Frese 
Daniel Garrahan 
James Geary 
Linda Giardina 
Robert Gibbons 
Peter Gibson 
Patricia Glovasky 
Susan Gnerre 
Ruth Goldman 
Robert Goldstein 
Stephen Goodman 
Dianne Gorgone 
Paul Granchelli 
Vivian Grasser 



Claire Greaves 
Richard Grenier 
Thomas Grondin 
Steve Gruber 
Diane Grueter 
Harold Gustafson 
Donald Hamilton 
Judith Hammond 
Karin Handel 
Patricia Hanley 
Jane Hennings 
Martha Herlihy 
Cynthia Hignite 

Jeanne Home 
Diane Howard 
Alexander Scalisi 




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Bertel Hansen 
James Harrington 
Philip Harris 
Jay Hatch 
James Hayes 
Richard Hill 
Robert Hindle 
Robert Hohmann 
David Holl 
Barbara Hunter 
Carol Hydet 
Joanne Isaacson 
Nancy Jaquith 
Sylvia Johansen 
Donna Johnson 
Melody Johnson 



Richard Josephson 
John Joyce 
Paul Julien 
Paul Keeler 
Herbert Kellcy 
Alice Kendall 
Bruce Kennedy 
Kathleen Kilcullcn 
Diane Kingsley 
Barbara Krom 
Norma Krusc 
Susan Lally 
Betty Kan Landry 
Patricia I.aRosee 
Rosemary Larrabec 



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JKac^uarrie 


Stephen Kilgore 








Susan LeBlanc 


Allen King 








Charlene LeFort 


Joseph Kirley 








John Leger 


William Kresser 








Mary Leonard 


Robert Kulin 








Nancy Leonard 


Richard Lantr 








Marcia Lickorai 


Leif Larson 








Barbara Lombardi 


Carden LeBlanc 








Judith Long 




Marilyn Lucas 
Robert Lundy 
Howard Lutz 
Sandra MacDougall 
Cheri MacLeod 
Maureen Mahoney 
Jean Mancuso 
John Manni 



Nancy Manni 
Ted Mareno 
Martha Margeson 
Kenneth May 
Michael McDaniel 
Gary McElhiney 
James McElroy 
Elaine Niose 



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ROOM S-0 I 3 - Mrs. Morr,, 



William Chandnoit 
Hcrminc LeFort 
Catherine Martin 
Linda Maselli 
Jean Masse 
Lois Mazzola 
Anna Mazzone 
Kathleen McCarthy 
Kathleen McCullion 
Muriel McManus 
Terrence McNamara 
David McPherson 



Robert Mega 



Albert Mello 
Russell Milholland 
Kathleen Mitchell 
Nancy Morabeto 



Barbara Morash 
Nancy More- 
Cheryl Morgan 
Rose Mroszczyk 
Robert Mosher 
Jcannettc Munsey 
Paul Murphy 
Bruce Noah 
Edward O'Connell 
Charles O'Ncil 
Douglas Palm 
Paul Palmer 
John Passerello 
Prank Peace 
Lloyd Peacock 
Robert Rand 




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Richard Chiacchio 
Richard Flynn 
David Mula 
Carole Murphy 
Jean Murphy 
Mary Murphy 
Catherine Nelson 
Virginia Nelson 
Margaret Neufell 
Barbara Nevard 
Elaine Niose 
Mary Nixon 
Mary Noah 
Anne O'Brien 
Anne O'Keefe 
Sheila O'Neil 
Marcia Parkhurst 
Albert Peel 



Robert Pentz 
Quentin Pettis 
Philip Pilla 
Stephen Pittorino 
Paul Poirier 
Robert Pratt 
Wayne Prophet 
William Quagliozzi 
John Range 
Richard Rayne 
Philip Rhodes 
Wesley Rich 
Roger Richard 
David Richards 
John Roche 
John M. Scalzi 
Ralph Vacca 



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Richard Hartwell 



Sean McCaughan 



Martha Pickerte 
Carolyn Ponte 
Lucinda Potter 
Cynthia Putnam 
Carol Ray 
Carol Rietchel 



Sandra Rigoli 
Diane Ristuccia 
Barbara Roberts 
Elizabeth Robinson 
Mark Rosen 
Arthur Rosenberg 
Steven Rosenberg 
Bryan Ruscak 




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Carolyn Russell 
Lawrence Ryan 
Thomas Ryan 
Diane Rynn 
Maureen Rynn 
Stephen Santamaria 
Martin Scafidi 
Lawrence Selic 






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Jeanne Salter 
Irene Samways 
Sandra Santolucito 
Elaine Semenchuk 
Donna Sennett 
Judith Shadrawy 
Marie Shannon 
Margaret Shaw 
Jeanne Simonetti 
Barbara Smith 
Dana Smith 
Elon Soltes 



Stephen Spaulding 
Robert Stempson 
Glenn Talbot 
Roben Talvy 
Philip Teri 

Norman Thideman 
Andrew Toner 
Roland Trott 
Bernard Vanaria 
Richard Vitale 
Kenneth Walsh 
Irving Wellman 




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JoAnn Sozanski 
Mary Stankard 
Lorraine Stanton 
Adrienne Stevens 
Suzanne Stewart 
Sharon Strum 
Nancy Suter 
June Taylor 
Suzanne Taylor 
Lorraine Thibeault 
Judith Thorne 
Alice Thurston 
Nancy Tirone 



Linda Tobin 
Ernestine Tomao 
June Toroyan 
Richard Weston 
Thomas White 
Michael Whitehouse 
Joseph Williams 
Max Willscher 
Charles Wilson 
Joseph Worcester 
Robert Yuikus 
David Zeno 



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Robert Bergman 
Edward Brennan 
Doris Daicle 
Thomas Dugan 
Mary Alice Fay 
Bonnie Hamilton 
John Pearson 
Jeannette Tranchita 
Pauline Tuccio 
Jeanne Varley 
Toanne Vincuilla 



Linda Vitale 
Frances Waht 
Jeanne Whitney 
Janice Waugh 
Janet Whelan 
Jeraldine Wise 
Doris Wood 
Roberta Worthington 
Jane Young 
Sandra Young 




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B&B MOTOR CO., INC. 



Sales OLDSMOBILE 

Waltham, Mass. 



Service 



FOLLOW YOUR CLASSMATES 
to 

EDWARDS JEWELRY COMPANY 

370 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

School Rings and School Jewelry 

Large Selection 

TEL: TW 3-6652 



CHINA TOWER 
RESTAURANT 

1074 LEXINGTON ST. CORNER TRAPELO RD. 



A most unusual Chinese Restaurant . . 
serving the finest AUTHENTIC Chinese 
dishes ... in a delightful Oriental 
atmosphere! 



Open Daily 11:30 a.m. to II p.m. 
Sunday Noon 'til I I p.m. Saturday Night 'til I p.m. 



SHEER SIGN CO., INC. 

"Every Sign A Design" 

182 High St. 
Waltham TW 4-4129 



WALTHAM 
FLOOR COVERING, INC. 

FLOOR COVERING CENTER 
KITCHEN PLANNING CENTER 

433 and 437 Moody Street, Waltham 
TWinbroolt 4-0616; 4-5700 



Waltham Students! 

Start out right by buying 

your insurance at 

W. H. THOMPSON 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

506 Main St., Waltham 
TW 4-1214 


DURRELL ELECTRONICS, INC. 

922 Main St. Waltham, Mass. 
TW 3-7020 


Compliments of 

THE WALTHAM 
MUSHROOM FARM 


THE RANCH HOUSE 

865 Moody St. 

Waltham 

"When you're in the mood 
for the finest food" 


Compliments of 

RICHMOND 

SCREW ANCHOR CO. 

and 

CONVER STEEL & WIRE CO. 

290 Second Avenue 


PROTEXACAR 

1 100 Sherman Avenue 
Elizabeth, New Jersey 


CHESTER ILLSLEY 

"TEXACO" PRODUCTS 
825 Main Street 



— Courtesy of — 

DE VINCENT FARMS 



ROGERS PHARMACY, INC. 

The Rexall Store 

923 Mam St. TW 4-1850 

Waltham, Mass. 

(4 Registered Pharmacists) 



B. J. POOLE 

We Buy and Sell Used Cars 

185 Prospect Street 
TWinbrook 3-3900 



GENERAL PLUMBING SUPPLY 
OF WALTHAM 

104 Felton St. 



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HOUSE 

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* inc. 

WALTHAM' 



SHAKESPEARE 
SPEC. 

• Baseball • Golf 

• Skung 

• Archery 

All Kinds of Sports 

Hart5ki« 

Bowling Shoes 

Bask rt ball 



• Hocierr 

SPECIALISTS 

• Teams 
Out'iued 
for Schools 
Camps 4 
Organizations 

• SPORTSWEAR & 
SP0RTSC10THES 

83S Main St. 




BANKS SQUARE SHELL 

MEL MEZZONE, Prop. 



962 Main St. (Bank Square) 

TWinbrook 3-9405 

FREE PICK-UP AND 
DELIVERY 

Tune-ups with Dyna-Vision 
REPAIRS 



GEORGE E. OLSON, INC. 

For Men and Boys 
Tel. TW 3-1088 331 Moody Street 



Compliments of 

NEW ENGLAND 
INSTRUMENT COMPANY 

39 Green Street 
Naticlt, Massachusetts 



NANKING CHINESE RESTAURANT 



659 Main St., Waltham 



TWinbrook 3-2799 

GLENMEADOW APT. 

Office — Building No. 2 
I 195 Lexington St. Walthar 






A FRIEND 


"Your Favorite Yarn Store" 

CONGRESS TEXTILE CO. 

102 School St. 
TW 3-7722 


NIAGARA MACHINE 

& 

TOOL WORKS 


FLYNN & FLYNN 

411 Main St., Waltham 
TW 3-3610 


Compliments 
of 

RUSSELL PHARMACY 

344 Newton St. 
Waltham, Massachusetts 


One-Stop 

Showcase of Value 

Chevrolets 

Chevy II 

Corvairs 

Corvette 

on display at 

BILL MITCHELLS 

WEST END 

CHEVROLET 

110 South Street 
Waltham 

TW 4-9000 


CAM'S AUTO SCHOOL 

976 Main St. TW 4-1086 


WALTHAM PHARMACY 

757 Moody St. TW 3-7980 
Registered Pharmacists 


A. T. V. TELEVISION RADIO 

973 Main St. 
TW 3-6607 


HAMILTON'S JENNEY STATION 

786 Lexington St. 

Waltham 

TW 3-9628 



CONGRATULATIONS — BEST WISHES — 

TW 3-2343 

Repairs — Remodeling — New Systems 

MICHEAL B. CLANCY 
AND SON 

Heating — Cooling — 
General Sheet Metal 

1 1 Bacon Street Waltham 54, Mass. 


TAYLOR'S DRUG, INC. 

ROY A. TAYLOR JR., Reg.Ph. 

554 Moody Street 
Waltham Mass. 

Tel. TWinbrook 4-4705 


WENTWORTH 
FUNERAL HOME 

Waltham 54, Mass. 


Compliments of 

VARNEY 
PRINTING CO. 

Wedding Invitations Our Specialty 
Offset and Letterpress 

75-77 Charles St. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 9-8181 


Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM 

FEDERAL SAVINGS 

& 

LOAN ASSOCIATION 


Wal-Lex Shopping Center 
860 Lexington St. 

Children's and Women's Clothing 
OPEN DAILY 9-9 TW 3-3414 






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To the June Graduates: 

Congratulations 

From All Your Friends 

at the 

NEWTON-WALTHAM BANK 
AND TRUST COMPANY 

Twenty Offices Serving 
NEWTON— WALTHAM— WAYLAND— WESTON 

Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 



Best Wishes 

and Congratulations 

to the Class of 

1963 



TW 4-0802 




EST. I9S0 



LAWRENCE J. SELIG REAL ESTATE 

BUSINESS BROKER— NOTARY PUBLIC 

FRIENDLY— RELIABLE SERVICE 

17 Elm Street Waltham, Mass. 




& CO., INC. 



WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS 
WINBROOK 4-0160 



Compliments of 

THE POTTER PRESS 

Business Forms Manufacturer 

515 SOUTH ST., WALTHAM, MASS. 



THE NEWS-TRIBUNE 



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TWinbroolc 4-1900 




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MOVING & STORAGE CORP. 



P. E. BURKE 



13 Crescent Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



FREE CLINICS DAILY . . . 
STUDENT LEAGUES WELCOME 



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FUN FOR EVERYONE AT 
128 TEN PIN 



Yes, indeed, bowling is truly 
family fun! You'll love help- 
ing the kids learn . . . and 
the kids love the excitement 
. . . bring 'em in, now! 

Open Daily 'Til Midnight 
Sundays, 1 P.M. to 11 P.M. 

P.S. Families love our pleasant 
atmosphere. 





jc 40 Modern Ten Pin Lanes 
ir Plush Snack Bar 
ic Aeres of Parking 

Bowling's Fun for Everyone at . . . 

ATLANTIC 



128 TEN PIN 

Rt. 128 at Winter St., Waltham 

Conveniently Located Between Routes 20 and 2 

OPEN BOWLING ALWAYS 



For Reservations Call TW 4-1234 

GEORGE MARANJIAN, Manager 










JOHN CAPOBIANCO 



General Contractors 



101 Tremont Street 



BOSTON 



5W5 



TW 4-0240 Res. TW 4-0244 

SULLIVAN'S 


Compliments 
of 

ABBOTT MOTORS 


GREETING CARDS • STATIONERY • TOYS 
GIFT WRAPS 
CIGARS • CIGARETTES • TOBACCOS 


J. F. SULLIVAN 

Cor. Main and Prospect Sts. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 


Compliments of 

WALTHAM SCREW COMPANY 


Specializing in the Finest of 
Prepared Sea Food Specialties 

RITCEY'S SEA FOODS 

560 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 
TWinbrook 3-9342 

ERNEST RITCEY HARRY RITCEY 
KEVIN RITCEY 


Compliments of 

MIDDLESEX FAMILY 
CO-OPERATIVE BANK 

20 Lexington St. 


NICKERSON & HILLS 

Paint Service Center 
Paints — Art Supplies — Wallpapers 
917 Main Street, Waltham 



Compliments 
of 



PAUL E. P. BURNS CO., INC 



316 Summer St. 
BOSTON 10, MASS. 



Caps - Gowns - Hoods 



Compliments of 
Arthur and Raymond De Vincent 

GARDENCREST APARTMENTS 



Summer Street 

WALTHAM, 

MASS. 



B. C. AMES 

Manufacturers of 

DIAL INDICATORS 

and 

DIAL MICROMETERS 

1 3 1 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 


BYRON'S 
CLOTHING STORE 

Complete Formal Rental Service 

384-386 Moody St. 

TW 3-7053 


FENTON G. KEYES ASSOCIATES 

Consulting 

ARCHITECT— ENGINEERS 

267 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 


A 


TW 3-7792 

ELECTRO 
CONTRACTING 

AND 
SERVICE CORP. 

Electro Contracting 

and 

Engineering 

129 Russell Street 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 


■ BETTER BUILDING MATERIALS J 


IDEAL CONCRETE 
BLOCK CO. 

232 Lexington St. 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 









PERRINE BATTERY 


CORRADO'S 

Specializing in Submarine 






CORPORATION 


Sandwiches and Cold Cuts 






Waltham 


912 Main Street, Waltham 
Next to First National Store 






COMPLIMENTS 






OF 






WALTHAM SAVINGS BANK 






Your School Savings Bank 




• 


702 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 








1 KIRKLAND 






LEW'S 


INSTRUMENT CO. 






FASHION SHOPPE 


180 Bear Hill Road 






"For Dresses — It's Lew's" 


Waltham 54 ^trrLfi^ Massachusetts 






377 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-2066 


Telephone TWinbrook 4-2228 

Designers and Mfgrs. 
of Custom Instruments 
















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Compliments of 

WALTHAM 
PRECISION INSTRUMENT COMPANY 

221 Crescent Street 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

TW 3-4000 


Compliments of 

RISEBERG'S 

286 Moody Street 
WALTHAM, MASS. 

"Your Teen Store in Waltham" 


TYPEWRITERS 
SOLD— RENTED— REPAIRED 

H PETER PAUL 
OFFICE EQUIPMENT 
CO., INC. 

1 1 Pine St. Waltham 
TW 3-8920 


PAGE BROS. COMPANY, INC. 

101 1 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

Fuel Oils Burner Service 

TW 3-7200 



RICHARDSON ELECTRIC 
CO., INC. 



Contractors-Engineers 



16 Cooper Street 

Waltham, Mass 

TW 4-4403 



Congratulations and Best Wishes for 
a Happy Future to the Members of the 
CLASS OF 1963 



LEO GALLITANO 






Compliments of . . . 




RUSSO 

ART 

STUDIOS 



Compliments 
of 



FRANCIS J. JOYCE 
AND SONS 



FLORIST 

Telephone 225-229 High Street 
TWinbrook 4-6161 Waltham 54, Mass. 


FAULKNER'S 

685 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

Paperback and School 
Supplies 


Compliments of 

WILLIAM L. RINEHART 

Rinehari Handwriting System 

764 Main Street 
TW 3-6078 


GUARANTY TRUST 
COMPANY 

600 Main St. 

Waltham 

Mass. 

424 Trapelo Rd. 69 E. Central St. 
Waltham, Mass. Natick, Mass. 

TW 9-2100 


MAY'S BAKERY 

World's Most Progressive Bakery 

571 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 


Compliments 
of 

GRAPHIC MICROFILM 
OF NEW ENGLAND, INC. 

On Route 128 at 1560 Trapelo Rd. 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



THE KIRSCH 

REAL ESTATE 

AND 

INSURANCE OFFICE 

Salutes 

and 

Congratulates 



the 



Waltham High School 
Class of 1963 



LOUIS J. KIRSCH, JR. — Realtor 

("Realtor of Year 1961") 

Louis J. Kirsch, 3rd — Insurance 

Welton Brown — Prop. Management 

57 Cherry Street TW 9-1050 



COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE 




l *^«llrtAM CHBJ 




ALT 



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itizens National Bank 

95 Moody Su 
VTaltham 54, Mass. 



MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 

MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 



STANLEY E. HOBBS, D.M.D. 



740 Main Street 
TW 3-2414 



MINDY'S DINER 

979 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



H. E. WESTON 
JEWELRY CO., INC. 

344 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

Telephone 
TW 4-2880 



Best Wishes 

to the Class of '63 

From 

WALTHAM AUTOMOTIVE 
CORPORATION 



METROPOLITAN 
PHARMACY 

1090 Lexington Street 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

LEONARD DUBIN, B.S. Reg. Pharm. 

TW 4-2146 



THE 

MASTER BUILDERS 

COMPANY 



RINGS — PINS — FAVORS 
MEDALS — TROPHIES 



Jeweler of Your School Rings 

ELLERY P. KOCH 



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2 1 Waterhouse Road 
BELMONT, MASS. 




THE TUX SHOP 

• COMPLETE LINE OF 
Men's Formal Wear 



FLOYD HAMILTON 

Res. Phone 

TWinbrook 4-5122 



230 California Street 
NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS 
Telephone LAsell 7-0459 



Compliments 
of 



J. F. & F. I. ROBINSON, 
INC. 



All Forms 

of Insurance 



Compliments of 

McKENZIE 
TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. 

194 Moody St. 

Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 3-8800 



MacNABB 
ENGINEERING CO., INC. 

131 Lexington Street Waltham, Massachusetts 
Telephone TWinbrook 3-8400 

PRECISION SHEET METAL FABRICATORS 

FOR THE 

ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 



Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM COAL AND OIL 
CO., INC. 

691 MAIN STREET 
Waltham, Mass. 



Compliments of 

FARM BUREAU 
ASSOCIATION 

155 Lexington St. 
Waltham 

TW 3-3370 



TOM LYONS 

Distributor 

Firestone Tires — Connare Retreads 

210 Lexington St. 614 Moody St. 

TW 4-4900 TW 4-5550 

BUDGET TERMS 



WILLIAM H. NEVARD 

1 13 Farnum Road 

Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 4-3431 


Compliments 
of 

SYLVANIA 

ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS 

Government Systems Management 

for 
General Telephone and Electronics 


DOMENIC'S 

325 Moody Street 

TW 4-1099 Free Delivery 
Waltham, Mass. 


Compliments 
of 

DACEY AND JENNEY 

Attys.-at-Law 


Compliments of 

ROBERT B. JOHNSON CO. 

Jewelers 

653 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 


TWinbrook 4-4100 

WALTHAM 
MODEL WORKS, INC. 

Instruments tor 

Science and Industry 

Experimental and General 

Machine Work 

CHARLES W. SHERMAN 238 Calvary Street 

Waltham, Mass. 


BLANCHARD'S 
RESTAURANT 

641 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass TW 3-9649 


Compliments 
of 

GUTHRIE LUMBER COMPANY 


Compliments of 

UNIVERSITY SHOE REPAIR 

903 Main Street 
Waltham 


"TAYTER'S" POTATO CHIPS 

1 1 8 Calvary Street 
Waltham 





TWINBROOK PHARMACY, INC. 




JAMES WEINER, Ph.G. 


JO-ANNE 


(formerly of Harvard Drug Co.) 

I025A Main St., Waltham 


BEAUTY STUDIO 


(next to the new A & P Market) 
TW 9-8247 


234 High Street TW 4-6656 


Waltham's Latest Professional 




Drug Store 




Prompt Delivery Service 




Compliments of 




ROBERT KENNEDY 


Compliments 


Prescription Opticion 


of 

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TWinbroolc 3-7356 Waltham 


CAHILL DELANEY & LAWSON 




ATTORNEYS 


RELIABLE LUMBER, INC. 


267 Moody Street TW 3-2233 


All Sorts of Lumber 




42 Emerson Rd. TW 3-7448 




Day or Evenings 


LEVIN'S MILL END STORE 


By Appointment 


22 Lexington Street 


Dual Controls 


TWinbroolc 3-7143 


"Be A Better Driver" 




ERNIE'S DRIVING SCHOOL 

36 Harvard Street 




HERTZ RENT-A-CAR 


Waltham 54, Mass. 


392 Winter St. 


ERNEST J. CARAMANICA 
Instructor 


Weston TW 4-8870 


TW 3-5930 


Tel. TWinbroolc 4-4107 


Compliments 


BERGERON COMPANY, INC. 


— of — 


Manufacturers of 


Pin CONSTRUCTION CO. 


SWISS AUTOMATIC 


291 School St. 


SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS 


Waltham, Mass. 


50 Guinan Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 


TW 4-2590 



Congratulations to the Class of 1963 



SANBORN COMPANY 



(A Subsidiary of Hewlett-Packard Company) 



Manufacturers of Electronic Measurement 



Equipment for Medicine and Industry 



Route 128 in Waltham 



'A PROFIT SHARING COMPANY" 




Compliments of 

CLEVITE TRANSISTOR 



ROSENFIELD CONCRETE CO. 



MILFORD, MASS. 



Plants at: Milford-Waltham Tel: GR 3-7200 
Ashland-Walpole 



MULLANEY'S PHARMACY 

JOHN J. MULLANEY JR., Reg. Ph. 

463 Mam Street Waltham, Mass. 
TWinbroolc 3-3797 


Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM WALLPAPER 

& 
PAINT CORPORATION 

591 Main St. 


Compliments of 

GARAGE & AUTO 
SUPPLY CO., INC. 

160 Brighton Avenue 

Boston 34, Mass. 

ST 2-9694 


CHEZ ELISE, INC. 

Waltham's Complete Bridal Salon 
and Formals 

683 Main Street 

Waltham, Mass. 


THOMAS P. HOLLAND CLOTHING 

Formal Wear 
647 Main St. TW 3-0912 


NEWTON STREET 
SERVICE STATION 

105 Newton St. 
Waltham, Mass. 


CARDARELLI CONSTRUCTION CO. 

143 Chaffee Ave. 
TW 4-4414 


WALTHAM MOTOR CO. 

1055 Main St. 

Pontiac Cadillac Tempest 

Sales Service 
TW 3-3600 


See Us First 

IDEAL CLEANERS 

581 Moody St. Waltham, Mass. 

Pick Up — Delivery 

TW 3-6625 Serving: Watertown 

Weston, Lincoln, Waltham, Newton 


Compliments of 

ROYAL TYPEWRITER 


Compliments of 

ROUND UP FOOD STORES 

34-36 Warren St. 


CARTER'S 

Appl. Service and Parts Co. 

139 Church Street 

Waltham, Massachuetts 

TW 45445 



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P 


H O 


N E JOB 


OFFERS 


BOTH 


CAREER 


AND 


SOCIAL 


SATISFACTION 



WITHOUT BREAKING STRIDE, 

why not graduate from high school to the Telephone Company? 
You'll love the friendly young people who'll work with you, and the 
many social activities that make your work so pleasant and rewarding. 

OPPORTUNITY IS EXCELLENT 

and your ability will be recognized. Your starting salary should 
climb with regular increases. And, of course, Company benefits, 
security, and regular advancement are well-known reasons why 
working for the Telephone Company is so attractive to graduates. 

TELEPHONE JOBS ARE IMPORTANT, 

vital to the effective communications of the community, the 
nation, and the world. When you take your place as a respected 
member of the telephone community, we'll train you, on full 
salary, even without previous job experience. 

Why not come and see our employment interviewer soon . . . before you 
graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor to tell you when and where 
to apply. 

NEW ENGLAND JL TELEPHONE 




PACKAGING FRONTIERS, INC. 

A BEMIS COMPANY 

204 Second Avenue 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

Designers of Form-Fill-Seal Packaging Equipment and the Pyramid- 
Shaped Ultra-Pak for liquid and powdered products. 

TWinbroolc 9-2260 



Congratulations and 




Best Wishes to the Class of 


1963 


1910— Our 53rd Year 


— 1963 


LOPEZ TRUCKING, 


INC. 


1 3 1 Linden Street 


Port Newark 


Waltham, Mass. 


New Jersey 


Tel: TWinbroolc 3-7900 Tel. 


: Mltchel 3-8021 


"Always 




at Your 




Service" 




BEST WISHES 




THE 




GIANT STORE 




1370 Main Street 




Waltham, Mass. 





right: STORM DETECTION RADAR 

below right: VISIBLE LIGHT LASERS 

below: SPARROW III MISSILE 




ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS GET CURIOUS — 
AND LOOK WHAT HAPPENS AT RAYTHEON! 

Surely we do encourage free-whee'ling, no-holds-barred curiosity in this fast moving field of electronics! Here at 
Raytheon, for example, it's the constant interest of our people in exploring new ideas that leads every day to 
new and exciting electronics developments. Examples: "DataRay" equipment to transmit punched card data by 
telephone . . . weather radar to warn of approaching storms . . . lasers, a key to space 
communications. For the young man or woman eyeing a career, the electronics industry 
is filled with satisfying and rewarding opportunities. Raytheon Co., Lexington, Mass. 




RAYTHEON 




above: MICROWAVE TV LINKS 

above left: HYDROFOIL GUIDANCE RADAR 

left: DATARAY DATA TRANSMISSION 



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DR. ARMEN Z. MESROBIAN 


NATIONAL CLOTHES 


Periodontics Exclusively 
711 Main St. 


373 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-5143 
Complete Line of Men's 


Waltham 54, Massachusetts 
TWinbroolc 4-2026 




Clothing and Furnishings 


Compliments of 


Also Complete Line of 
Formal Wear Rental 


PLAZA BARBER 
SHOP 


Compliments of 

LUNDEY 




[D 




airkem 








ASSOCIATES, INC. 


FOR A HEALTHIER 




ENVIRONMENT 


Winslow H. French— 1914 


THROUGH 




MODERN CHEMISTRY 


Edward T. Englund — 1926 




Evelyn Griff Forbes — 1935 


TW 4-3630 751 Main Street 


Frank J. Mooney — 1926 


Waltham 54, 
Massachusetts 


Frank J. Mooney 111—1953 




HARVEY INDUSTRIES, INC. 




Manufacturers and Distributors 


Compliments of 


of Aluminum Building Products 


BONNEY OIL CO., INC. 

heating oils — oil burners 






all makes — sale and service 


Compliments of 


72 Charles St. TW 3-1471 


COLEMAN AND SONS, REALTORS 





Compliments of 

THE SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLASS 




MR. FLIGHT 



BRUCE NOAH 
STEVE SPAULDING 
STEVE SANTAMARIA 
RAY BURKE 
RICHARD GRENIER 
BILL KRESSER 
ROGER RICHARD 
DICK SHEARD 
MARTIN SCAFIDI 
RICHARD CULVER 
RONALD RUTKOWSKI 
DONALD BRANNELLY 
JIM DE LUCO 
MARY LEONARD 



BARBARA SMITH 
CATHY NELSON 
ARIELLA DORIGATTI 
ALICE THURSTON 
EDDIE O'CONNELL 
JOHN LEGER 
JOHN CAPPADONA 
JIM HAYES 
TOM CZEHOWKI 
CHARLES O'NEIL 
JIM GEARY 
LINDA MASELLI 
JEAN WHITNEY 




SUBURBAN 





SCHOOL 



FULL SECRETARIAL AND 
SHORT COURSES 

OPEN ALL YEAR, 
DAY AND EVENING 

STANDARDS — HIGHEST 

RATES — MODEST 

LOCATION — CONVENIENT 

FREE PARKING 



TWinbrook 3-3024 
267 Moody Street, Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

"Where kind and competent 
teachers help you become a 
new person with new skills 7 ' 



Compliments of 

COMPO 

SHOE MACHINERY 

CORPORATION 

125 Roberts Road 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



'Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1963" 



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Compliments and Best Wishes 
From the Waltham 

CHARTER HOUSE HOTEL 

Route 128 at Winter Street 
(Exit 48 and 48 E) 

TWinbrook 9-8700 



M. GLOVIN 
General Manager 



Garber Drivers Save Money on Insurance 

GARBER'S IS FIRST IN WALTHAM! 

Special Driver Education Courses 

Save Many Times the Cost of the Course 

High School Students May Take Classroom Instruction in 

School and Behind-the-Wheel Lessons at Garber's . . . AND 

STILL RECEIVE INSURANCE SAVINGS 

For Further Information Call 

GARBER AUTO SCHOOL 

649 Main Street, Waltham 
TW 4-2100 



ARTISAN 
INDUSTRIES, INC 

73 Pond Street 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



Affiliates of: 

ARTISAN INDUSTRIES, INC. 

HI-SPEED EQUIPMENT, INC. 
THE JET-VAC CORPORATION 
METAL FABRICATORS CORP. 

KONTRO COMPANY, INC. 



ROBERT E. NIMS 
CATERER 

"Good Food Served Right' 

20 Fox Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-2282 
TW 4-2646 

BANQUETS 
WEDDINGS 
RECEPTIONS 



"It's Smarter to Charter" 

MIDDLESEX & BOSTON STREET RAILWAY COMPANY 

TW 3-7330 



Your 

AMICI LATINI 

Wish You 

the Class of 1963 

the 

Best of Luck 

in 

the Future 



Compliments 
of 

GENERAL 

BAKING 

COMPANY 



M. W. CARR & CO., INC. 



West Somerville 44 
Massachusetts 



Metal and Wood Photo Frames 



Since 1869 



Compliments 
of 

THE FOOTBALL 
CHEERLEADERS 



A & P TYPEWRITING CO. 

633 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

RENTALS 



DATA PROCESSING, INC. 

1334 Main St. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 9-2000 



ERICKSON'S — FLORIST 

511 Moody St. 
Waltham 

TW 3-5472 



DODGE - TOWN FAMILY MOTORS 




You Always Deal With the Owners 

Dodge Dart — Custom Dodge 

Standard Dodge — Trucks 

21 Main St. — Next to Howard Johnson's 
Watertown — Waltham Line — TW 3-1856 

New England's Largest Dodge Dealer 

1st Choice Used Cars $33.00 to $3,330.00 



NEW ENGLAND 

COMMUNICATION 

COMPANY 

12 Bailey Place Newton, Mass. 



Compliments of 

RODERICK J. O'NEIL 

Optometrist 

TWinbroolc 4-2444 657 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

R. S. WILDER, INC. 



Compliments of 

T.FA 




NANCY BORDENCA 
ROSEANN CACCIATORE 
ANNE CORCORAN 
DIANE Dl BONA 
DIANNE GORGONE 
DIANE GRUETER 
ELAINE KENDALL 



norma kruse 
anna mazzone 
kathy McCarthy 
cherie morgan 
elaine niose 
sharon strum 
lorraine thibeault 




Congratulations 

to the 

Graduating Class 

of 1963 

From 

the 

Students at the 



VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 



RED CROSS PHARMACY 

S. M. SHRIBERG, Reg. Pharm. 

737 Moody St., Waltham, Mass. 
TW 4-0034 


SHAW'S ATLANTIC 

SERVICE STATION 

487 Main St. TW 3-9828 
Waltham 


WALTHAM SPA 

Central Square 
Waltham, Mass. 


HARRY A. STARR FUEL CO. 

692 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TWinbrook 3-0884 


DRINK MORE MILK 
FOR BETTER HEALTH 


TWinbrook 4-0423 
Res. TWinbrook 3-0423 

CAMUTI 
PLUMBING & HEATING 

Gas and Oil Burners 
Remodeling 

976-A Main Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 


Complete Rental Service 
Industrial Linen 

CHARLES D. BONANNO 
LINEN SERVICE, INC. 

162 Mystic Ave. 

Medford 55, Massachusetts 

395-6730 



Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1963 



MIKE O'NEIL 

Photographer 





Compliments 


Compliments 


of 


of 




the 






R. A. HERSOM 


AUDIO-VISUAL 


INSURANCE AGENCY 


STAFF 






71 1 Main Street 




Waltham 




TW 4-3100 


W. J. DON LAN 


WAL-LEX 


CONTRACTING CO., INC. 


CAR WASH 


93 Pond Street 


878 Lexington Street 


Waltham, Mass. 


Wal-Lex Shopping Center 


TWinbrook 4-0769 





NEW ENGLAND 

INSTRUMENT 

COMPANY 

39 Green St. 
TW 9-8370 



DEAN 
DAIRY 

5 Beaver St. 
Waltham 

TW 3-4090 



S & S FUEL 
OIL SERVICE, INC. 

14 Gale St.* 
TW 3-1092 



Lauul ^)li0b 




GIFTS - GREETING CARDS 



856 LEXINGTON STRUT WALTHAM, MASS. 



Compliments of 

WAL-LEX 



60 Bowling Alleys 

Largest Roller Skating Rink 
in New England 

Most Picturesque Golfland 



Lexington Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 



MASS. BROKEN STONE CO. 

Route 128 on Weston-Waltham Line 



HERZLICHE GLUCKWUNSCHE 
VOM DEUTSCHEN VEREIN ! 




Compliments 

EMBASSY 
THEATER 



Friendly Service 

BRENTON E. TYLER 
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

Insurance Real Estate 

692 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. TWinbroolc 3-4808 



People Who 

Patronize Our Advertisers 

Are Pleased 




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NEW ENGLAND CHAIR CO. 

577 Main St. TW 3-3615 


Compliments of 

MIDDLESEX FAMILY 
CO-OPERATIVE BANK 

20 Lexington Street 
Waltham, Mass. 


Good Luck to All 
the Members of W.H.S. '63 

J. CHESTER WEBB 
GERTRUDE M. WEBB 


FORMALARIE ELECTRIC CO. 

39 Woodland Road 
TWinbrook 3-7801 


TW 4-4124 

~j~rance& 

STYLE ROOM BEAUTY SALON 

1 14 Trapelo Road, Waltham, Mass. 

Beauty is a Woman's Duty 




ATLANTIC BUSINESS FORMS 

144 Moody St. TW 4-2222 


Compliments of 

LEONARD M. QUENTAL 

Real Estate — Insurance 

155 Berkley St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-0516 


PAINO 
LA CAVA CO., INC. 

Landscape Construction 

372 Winter Street 
TWinbrook 4-9890 




t.r-i-p>ly 

stSLinless 

c o O !U: xat" a. r* e 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of 1963 

From the 



DEBATING CLUB 






john p. McQueen 

828 Moody St. 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



INSURANCE OF 
EVERY DESCRIPTION 



Notary Public — Justice of the Peace 



TW 3-1343 



BL 4-2489 



Beautwillc 



380 MOODY STREET. WALTHAM 



PERMANENTS 

Include;^ V 

• Haircut • Shampoo 
• Cieme Rinse • Haii Styling 



HAIR TINTING OUR SPECIALTY 
GET A NEW LEASE ON LIFE WITH A FRENCH FLUFF 

Walk-ln-Service or Phone TW 3-9245 

I OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. TO 11 P.M. I 
| SATURDAYS UNTIL 6 P.M. J 

(Free Parking in Rear) 




BONNE CHANCE 
From the 

CERCLE FRANCAIS 



TWinbrook 4-6650 1 16 Trapelo Road 

Waltham 54, Mass. 

H AKILLIAN, INC. 
REALTORS 

MEMBER JOHN AKILLIAN 

Greater Boston Real Estate Board 
National Association of Real Estate Boards 
Home Builders Association of Greater Boston 
National Association of Home Builders 


See Us First 

IDEAL CLEANERS 

581 Moody St., Waltham, Mass. 
PICK-UP— DELIVERY 

Serving: 
Waltham 
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President 

Barbara Lombardi 

Secretary 

Muriel McManus 

Treasurer 

Kathy Chaisson 



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Gae Carbone 
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Cindy Potter 
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Kathy Chaisson 
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Muriel McManus 
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It is with a deep sense of gratitude that we, the Waltham 
High School Sea Devils, acknowledge the untiring effort and 
perseverance of our renowned Scuba Diving Instructor, Mr. 
Paul Hennessey. 

We wish to express our heartfelt appreciation to him for 
his patience and understanding. We are deeply grateful for 
the intricate knowledge he passed along to us while we at- 
tempted to master underwater skills — so valuable to the Scuba 
Diving enthusiast. 

Mr. Hennessey, may we thank you for your help, guidance 
and most valuable assistance. 

Waltham High School Sea Devils 


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